Mayoral decisions

13 July 2012

This form sets out Transport for London’s (TfL’s) proposal to provide a limited amount of free travel to media covering the Olympic and Paralympic Games who are not accredited with LOCOG, but are accredited with the London Media Centre (LMC Media). Each person accredited with LMC Media will each...

12 July 2012

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) announced at the Grand Final in Beijing that the 2013 WCS Grand Final venue will be held in London (Hyde Park). It is planned for this event to be held on September 2013. It is anticipated (Royal Parks to confirm) this will be followed in 2014 and 2015 wit...

13 July 2012

The GLA has historically provided funding to the organisers of the Notting Hill Carnival to support the crowd management and stewarding operation of this major London and international event. London Notting Hill Carnival Enterprises Trust – the organisers of this year’s Notting Hill Carnival eve...

9 July 2012

The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) seeks the Mayor’s consent, under section 212(2) of the Localism Act 2011, to form and/or acquire an interest in a limited liability partnership, E20 Stadium LLP, with Newham Legacy Investments Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Lond...

6 July 2012

The Mayor is being asked to record his approval of: 1. Board and other non-staffing appointments he has made following the election; 2. His Annual Report for 2011-12 and the LDA Annual Report for 2011-12; 3. The latest adjustments to the Investment & Performance Board arrangements; and 4. Th...

3 July 2012

Under the Localism Act 2011 from 1 April responsibility for making decisions about the capital’s housing issues, currently undertaken by central government and the Homes and Communities Agency, is passing to the directly elected Mayor. These changes will significantly alter the GLA’s existing re...

28 June 2012

In 2013, the Athletes Village – now named East Village – will be transformed from accommodation for the 2012 Olympians and Para-Olympians into a new neighbourhood consisting of 2,818 homes, including 1,379 affordable homes, of which 675 will be for social rent. 68 of these will be set aside for...

3 July 2012

This paper sets out Transport for London’s (TfL’s) proposals for ticketing and prices to be charged for travel on the Emirates Air Line when it opens for public use. The proposed adult single fare is £4.30, with a discount of approximately 25% for holders of Oystercards or Travelcards. Child far...

3 July 2012

The Mayor is asked by Docklands Light Railway Limited (“DLRL”) to approve and sign the Emirates Air Line (Cable Car) (Penalty Fares) Order 2012 (“the Penalty Fares Order”) (Appendix A). The Penalty Fares Order applies the penalty fare provisions which apply to other TfL services such as the Unde...

29 June 2012

The Pride event that takes place in London is the UK’s largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) event, with an annual attendance of around 800,000. The event aims to promote equality and a greater understanding of the issues affecting the lives of LGBT people.

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