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Mayoral decisions

5 May 2015

The Food Team draft budget of £600,000 for 2015/16 was approved on 23 February 2015 and comprises £300,000 for the Food Flagships programme (as approved by MD1328 on 12 March 2014) and £300,000 for the Food Programme. The Investment Programme Board approved in principle the Food Team’s proposed...

5 May 2015

The London Healthy Workplace Charter engages employers in supporting healthier workplaces improving productivity and a number of public health goals, including increasing levels of physical activity to better mental health. This proposal is to upscale the Mayor’s workplace health programme. It r...

5 May 2015

The Gallions Quarter development at the eastern end of the Royal Docks, Newham provides the opportunity to provide 739 new homes. This paper seeks approval for minor variations to update the development agreement, a land sale & acquisition from Docklands Light Railway, permission to enter in...

29 April 2015

This Mayoral Decision confirms acceptance of £15.5m, London's proportionate share of the Homelessness Change and Platform for Life Fund, directly allocated from the Department of Health and the Department for Communities and Local Government. Approval is also sought for an additional £15.0m of f...

28 April 2015

The Mayor issued a direction to the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) dated 26 March 2015 that it disposes of the Southwark fire station site to Hadston, a developer committed to building a school on the site. The direction contained dates which were not practically achievable...

27 April 2015

In September 2012 the Mayor approved the Clean Air Fund (CAF) 2 budget. The GLA has now secured £167,000 in additional funding to support the delivery of these and related programmes from the Joint Air Quality Initiative (JOAQUIN) project, funded by EU INTERREG IVb North West Europe. This...

2 April 2015

The Mayor approved (under cover of MD1326) the commencement of a two year programme of work to build a new London.gov.uk website.  It approved expenditure of £1,350,000 during 2014/15 (including £300,000 of expenditure to be funded by external income) and £500,000 in 2015/...

2 April 2015

The Mayor is required under Section 3 (2) of the Local Government Act 2003 (the “2003 Act”) to set an “Authorised Limit” (affordable borrowing limit) for external debt, which includes direct borrowing as well as other long-term liabilities, for the GLA and each functional body. Under sections 3...

1 April 2015

The Greater London Authority (GLA) has been approached by the Trustees of the Gandhi Statue Memorial Trust who have sought permission for the installation of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Parliament Square Gardens. They have also sought an agreement for the GLA to maintain the statue.

1 April 2015

The Mayor has a statutory duty to hold public consultation events; develop and promote London as a destination and gateway for the UK; and promote social development in London.  Events have a profound potential to bring economic and social benefits to London, and major events in particular can r...

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