Mayoral decisions

9 April 2013

This Mayoral Decision is for the disposal of the GLA Land and Property Limited (GLAP) ownership of the remaining undeveloped land at Lymington Fields in LB Barking and Dagenham to Lovell on a deferred payment on build completion basis.  

The Localism Act 2011 which came into force in Febr...

8 April 2013

The GLA has negotiated a full & final settlement with Gladquote Limited & Sabreleague Limited  whose interests were acquired under compulsory purchase powers following implementation of the LDA (Lower Lea Valley, Olympic and Legacy) Compulsory Purchase Order 2O05.

The compensation...

8 April 2013

London’s New Year’s Eve celebrations on 31st December have been staged by the Authority since 2003.  The activity attracts an estimated 250,000 people into designated viewing areas between Lambeth and Blackfriars bridges, (previous research showing approximately two thirds of whom are...

4 April 2013

The London Skills and Employment Observatory (LSEO) is a web based portal hosting labour market information.

4 April 2013

GLA Data storage requirements continue to grow due to business use of larger data sets and increasing use of multimedia content. Storage usage has also increased recently due to the transfer of staff and services into the GLA from the LDA and HCA, including a range of functions that have a servi...

4 April 2013

This MD seeks to formalise approval of investment of £190,000 in further GLA led marketing and communications activity for 2012/13. The investment aims to deliver a boost to apprenticeships starts in the capital and to test a new sector and hyper-local campaign which supplements the generic nati...

3 April 2013

The Mayor is required under Section 3 (2) of the Local Government Act 2003 (the “2003 Act”) to set an “Authorised Limit” (affordable borrowing limit) for external debt, which includes direct borrowing as well as other long-term liabilities, for the GLA and each functional body. Under sections 3...

3 April 2013

 

The Authority raises invoices on a regular basis, sends out reminder letters and actively chases customers for payment. However, when the Authority’s collection methods have been exhausted and the level of debt is below a level suitable for court referral, the debt is deemed...

3 April 2013

The London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) initiated the Lea River Park Project to form a new linear pedestrian and cycle parkland route for use by the public linking green spaces along the River Lea, including the construction of two new footbridges over the river and through the...

3 April 2013

 

In April 2011, the DCLG devolved responsibility for pan-London rough sleeper services to the GLA. In February 2012, the Mayor’s Final Draft Consolidated Budget was approved by the London Assembly. This contained the Mayor’s commitment to invest £21 million in roug...

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