Mayoral decisions

22 November 2012

The leading consumer product company and Olympic sponsor, Procter & Gamble (P&G) has agreed to sponsor the Mayor’s Capital Clean Up project between 1st March and 31st June 2012.

21 November 2012

The Greater London Authority (GLA) inherited three projects within Rainham town centre from London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) for the comprehensive regeneration of the centre. These projects, including land holdings, transferred under the London Thames Gateway Development Cor...

14 November 2012

This MD updates MD895 which established the Mayor’s Regeneration Fund (MRF) Programme. It updates the funding period for the programme, governance arrangements and decision making structures. It also provides an overview of the decision making process on project variations.

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9 November 2012

The London Plan requires developers proposing the construction of major new developments to submit an energy strategy demonstrating how their proposed development contributes towards achieving the Mayor’s CO2 emissions reduction and decentralised energy targets.

 

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7 November 2012

This paper sets out Transport for London’s (TfL’s) revised fare change proposals to be implemented from 2 January 2013.  The revised proposals will increase TfL fares by 4.2% overall or by 1% more than the annual increase in the Retail Price Index (RPI) in the benchmark month of July 2012.  The...

6 November 2012

The Government announced on 7 September 2012 its intention to establish an Independent Commission to oversee the work on developing a national aviation policy.  This commission, to be known as the Davies Commission, will report interim findings by the end of 2013 but will not conclude its work u...

6 November 2012

It is proposed that the Mayor delegate to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) his general powers under the Greater London Authority Act to promote economic development and wealth creation, social development and the improvement of the environment in Greater London, in particular in...

6 November 2012

The aim of the Mayor’s Mentoring Programme is to provide 12 month relationships to 1,000 marginalised black boys aged 10-16 across seven London boroughs, to support them to make positive choices with regards to education, employment and training.

 

6 November 2012

Approval is sought to conduct a competitive procurement and award of contract for the provision of maintenance and support for IT hardware including servers, printers and other core IT equipment covering a three year period with an option to extend for a further year.

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6 November 2012

Commencement of a procurement process via a closed tender process with a minimum of 3 suppliers approached to source a contractor to provide maintenance and support for ITnetwork switches.

 

The contract is envisaged to last for three years with an option to extend for an additiona...

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