Mayoral decisions

25 October 2011

The Mayor’s Air Quality Strategy (MAQS) identifies the important role of ‘local measures’ in reducing Particulate Matter (PM10) emissions and public exposure at a number of priority air quality locations in Central London (including Marylebone Road/Euston Road, Upper Thames Street and Park Lane)...

24 October 2011

The aim of the London Live Sites programme is to create inspiring spaces where the city can come together and celebrate the atmosphere and excitement of the 2012 Games, to share in the moments, and remember the experience long after 2012. An ITT for the procurement of an event promoter and organ...

24 October 2011

This MD provides background and updates on the work being undertaken to progress regeneration interventions post the public disorder in August 2011, and to clarify the funding streams for the different interventions. It sets out decisions on how the funding will be managed and proposals for dele...

18 October 2011

This MD recommends the application from Ravensbourne, for the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), for Mayoral approval. In April 2011 the Mayor approved a package of seven applications to proceed to contract negotiations to secure grants from the ERDF. Ravensbourne’s application for £1 mi...

18 October 2011

The Mayoral Scheme of Delegation has been updated to reflect changes to Mayoral Adviser responsibilities.

18 October 2011

The GLA pay award has mirrored the percentage settlement agreed by the National Joint Council for Local Authorities (NJC) for a number of years and this year the pay award proposed is 0%. However, the Head of Paid Service has recognised that a pay freeze for a second year would severely impact t...

18 October 2011

Under the Museum of London Act 1965, as amended by the GLA Act 2007 (the “MOL Act 1965”) the GLA can appoint 9 governors to the Museum of London Board. Governors are appointed for a term of up to 4 years, with the possibility of review for a further term. The GLA has conducted a recruitment proc...

12 October 2011

Approval is sought to publish a statement setting out the Mayor’s latest proposals for establishing a Mayoral Development Corporation (to be called the Olympic Park Legacy Corporation), subject to the passage of the Localism Bill through Parliament.

12 October 2011

This MD seeks the Mayor’s approval, in his capacity as a Founder Member of the Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC), for the OPLC to proceed with its decision to terminate the current appointment process for the legacy use of Olympic Stadium and explore alternative solutions for the legacy use of...

10 October 2011

The revised Mayor’s Transport Strategy (“MTS”) was published in May 2010. Each London borough council must as soon as reasonably practicable thereafter, prepare such revisions to the Council’s Local Implementation Plan (LIP) as it considers are necessary in order to implement the strategy in its...

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