In the light of recent media allegations, the London Assembly Audit Panel will meet tomorrow to consider the internal auditor’s interim review of the Royal Albert Dock procurement exercise.
Alternative provision (AP), including Pupil Referral Units (PRUs), provides an alternative to mainstream education.
Over £4 million was spent on the independently commissioned report into the future health of Londoners.
The report set out 64 recommendations, directed towards over 20 organisations and bodies, with well over 10 key partners responsible for taking them forward.
The Garden Bridge could represent good value for Transport for London’s (TfL) £30 million investment; however there are risks for TfL as first investor and it must ensure that in return for the risk, public benefits, such as free access, are guaranteed.
Three years on from the introduction of the Localism Act 2011;
A third of London boroughs have no neighbourhood forums,
One successful plan has been introduced so far, and
The London Assembly has voted to dig deeper into concerns about the relationship between London and Partners and Chinese Company Advanced Business Park (ABP).
The Greater London Authority (GLA) plans to spend over £1 billion in 2015-16 – is the Mayor on track to deliver his manifesto commitments around jobs and housing?
The London Assembly is part of the Greater London Authority (GLA) and Assembly Members are elected every four years, at the same time as the Mayor.
There are 25 London Assembly Members - twelve Labour, nine GLA Conservative, two Liberal Democrat and two Green Party Members.