Mayoral decisions

9 May 2013

The Mayor is invited to agree, jointly with the Assembly, that the GLA’s standards functions in sections 28(6) and (7) of the Localism Act 2011 are delegated to a Deputy Monitoring Officer in circumstances when the Monitoring Officer is unable to carry out any of those functions due to his/her a...

3 May 2013

The GLA is seeking to settle a claim in respect of interests acquired by compulsory purchase.

The report seeks approval for the next steps in progressing the case to a conclusion.

3 May 2013

As part of the strategic review of the GLA’s marketing and communications activity, the London Engagement team has identified a need to conduct a research project which will inform the marketing strategy and deliver actionable insights about Londoners and their engagement, knowledge and awarenes...

23 April 2013
1. Transport for London is promoting a project to extend the existing Charing Cross branch of the Northern line from Kennington to a new terminus at Battersea.
25 April 2013

The Mayor of London (“the Mayor”) has set out a number of policies to address the long-term housing needs in London. This includes a drive to increase the supply of housing, such as ambitious plans to deliver 55,000 new affordable homes by 2015. Creating jobs and economic growth is also a key pr...

25 April 2013

To seek approval for revised budget and revised terms for the development of hotels forming part of Phase 2 of the Royals Business Park development.

23 April 2013

To recommend that GLA Land & Property Ltd carries out a land swap with the London Borough Newham to facilitate the Gallions Quarter residential development.

23 April 2013

This form asks the Mayor to decide whether or not to confirm (with or without modifications) the Greater London (Central Zone) Congestion Charging (Variation and Transitional Provisions) Order 2012 (“the Variation Order”).

The Variation Order has been made by Transport for London (“TfL”)...

22 April 2013

Approval for the Mayor’s Housing Covenant programme to be extended up to a maximum of £118m of funding in total. This takes account of the £78m of initial allocations, approved in MD1145, and includes up to £30m of allocations for the other product, subject to detailed du...

22 April 2013

This Mayoral Decision is for the disposal of the Captain Cook site, located in Barking, to the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham (LBBD). 

The Greater London Authority (GLA) inherited the Captain Cook from London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) as transferred under th...

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