Mayoral decisions

9 May 2014

Sector Skills Councils (SSCs) are state-sponsored, employer-led organisations that cover specific economic sectors in the United Kingdom and are licensed by the...

9 May 2014

The Mayor’s approval is sought for the GLA’s Business Plan for 2014-15 to 2015-16, incorporating the GLA Budget for 2014-15. Decisions relating to the GLA budget for 2014-15 include a delegation to agree GLA carry forwards from 2013-14 to future years and an updated schedule of GLA f...

7 May 2014

By virtue of the Localism Act 2011 from 1 April 2012 the Homes and Communities Agency’s (”HCA”) powers to operate in Greater London will end and from that date the Greater London Authority (“GLA”) will undertake the HCA’s former role in the Capital.

2 May 2014

The statutory accounts for year ending July 2013 are to be filed for Barking Riverside Limited – a joint venture company of which GLA Land and Property Limited is a shareholder along with Bellway Homes Limited.

In order to complete the accounts, the company’s auditors, KPMG, require each...

2 May 2014

Team London is the Mayor’s programme to drive volunteering in the capital.    This MD sets out how the  £580,000 programme budget and £100,000 from the central programme budget secured for 2014-15 will be used to further support the activities set out in MD1177 and MD1304.

2 May 2014

The London Development Agency (LDA) made a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) in 2004 to assemble and acquire land in multiple ownerships as part of its Wembley Regeneration project.  The LDA compulsorily acquired Network Rail’s (NR) freehold interest in the land. NR has...

16 April 2014

Bethnal Green Tube Station was the scene of Great Britain’s worst civilian disaster during World War II when an air raid siren test resulted in the death of 173 people.

A memorial to the victims of the disaster, named the “Stairway to Heaven”, has been erected and Transport for London wis...

9 April 2014

In December 2013, the Government appointed Airports Commission (the Commission)  published its interim findings, namely:

8 April 2014

By virtue of the Localism Act 2011 from 1 April 2012 the Homes and Communities Agency’s (“HCA”) powers to operate in Greater London ended, and from this date the Greater London Authority (“GLA”) has undertaken the HCA’s former role in the capital.

7 April 2014

The Fourth Plinth Programme is a key deliverable forming part of the Mayor of London’s statutory Cultural Strategy. Now entering its fourth commissioning round, the programme will deliver the next two artworks for the Fourth Plinth on

Trafalgar Square...

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