Mayoral decisions

17 October 2012

During 2012, there are a number of milestone dates marking the countdown to the start of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, which give the Mayor and LOCOG an opportunity to promote and build up the excitement for this once in a lifetime event in London.  It is also an opportunity to garner domest...

17 October 2012

The objective of the ‘A Summer Like No Other’ communications workstream is to scope, design and deliver a communications programme to:

17 October 2012

To commission the Preliminary Design Development Stage for the Olympic Park Visitor Attraction

17 October 2012

The GLA is leading the City’s LOOK & FEEL programme with LOCOG, the 2012 Games organisers. The £32 million budget for the programme is part of the Public Sector Funding Package for the Games and the London elements of the programme will be directly managed and funded by the GLA from the Game...

17 October 2012

During London 2012, the city will play host to large numbers of business, cultural and political leaders, providing un-rivalled opportunity to promote investment in key London sectors. During Games Time, City Hall will become ‘London House’ to:

16 October 2012

This MD seeks approval to contract with the Central Office of Information (COI) to procure a consultant to undertake the design, production, installation and de-installation of the Rings and Agitos on key iconic London landmarks and the design, production, installation and de-installation of Oly...

16 October 2012

The Mayor’s final draft 2012/13 budget allocated £3.3 million for home retrofitting delivery.  This will enable the continued success of RE:NEW by investing in London home retrofitting, ensuring London attracts additional Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) funding, and initiating Green Dea...

16 October 2012

The Department for Transport has agreed to provide £5m towards the cost of installing selective catalytic reduction (SCR) equipment on 900 buses to reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions. This is match-funded by £5m from TfL. The Mayor is asked to approve the receipt of DfT funds. ...

15 October 2012

It has been agreed by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and Transport for London (TfL) that the latter will undertake a series of activities including the wrapping of a Circle line tube train, an Overground train and up to two buses with poppy livery, displaying poppies on all tube, DLR and Ove...

15 October 2012

To support its compulsory acquisition of land required for the Olympic and Paralympic Games and manage the relocation of the businesses and compensation claims from the businesses and other matters, the London Development Agency (LDA, which was formerly responsible for these matters) engaged con...

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