Mayoral decisions

21 December 2012

Transport for London (TfL) periodically brings forward updates to GLA Side Road Designation Orders, which formally designate roads in Greater London as “GLA Side Roads”.  These are roads which have junctions with other roads designated as “GLA Roads” (known as the Red Routes or the “TLRN”) or wi...

21 December 2012

London Chinatown Chinese Association (LCCA), are producing and co-ordinating Chinese New Year 2013 the ‘Year of the Snake’, to take place on Sunday 10 February 2013 in Chinatown, Shaftesbury Avenue, Trafalgar Square and surrounding area and have requested funding support from the GLA as a contri...

20 December 2012

This MD outlines recent developments in respect of future European funding, and the potential advantages and disadvantages of the Greater London Authority becoming a ‘Managing Authority’ for the 2014-20 European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund programmes.

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14 December 2012

In December 2011, the GLA submitted a joint proposal with the University of Cambridge to the European Commission (EC) PROGRESS fund.

 

The aim of this submission was twofold:

14 December 2012

The GLA is in negotiation with a Claimant who had their land acquired under compulsory purchase powers.

This report sets out a recommendation to make a further Advance Payment to the claimant Hoo Hing Ltd.

14 December 2012

It is proposed that the Mayor make a transfer scheme that transfers the rights and liabilities under specified contracts relating to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC)’s Olympic Park landholdings to the LLDC from the Greater London Authority.  These contracts had, until 30 Mar...

4 December 2012

The GLA is in litigation with a Claimant who had their land acquired under compulsory purchase powers.

This report sets out the terms for a letter to settle with the Claimant and protect the GLA from costs.

26 November 2012

To report to the Mayor recent audit reports.

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...

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