After nine years of decline to 2010, the number of pedestrians killed and seriously injured (KSI) is rising in the capital.
Stephen Knight, Chair of the London Assembly Economy Committee, will today work alongside catering apprentices to launch a new investigation into apprenticeships in London.
How will the Mayor’s draft budget for 2014/15  affect London’s transport services and the prospects of meeting legacy targets for the Olympic Park?
Stephen Knight, Chair of the London Assembly Economy Committee, will today work alongside catering apprentices to launch a new investigation into apprenticeships in Lond...
Are the capital’s tidal flood protection plans up to scratch?
How will the Mayor’s draft budget for 2014/15  affect the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and London Fire Brigade? Will they be able to meet savings targets without compromising front line services?
Public meetings and report launches coming up next week at the London Assembly:
London’s economy is missing out on skills because parents – particularly women – are poorly served by the capital’s labour market, which often forces them into lower-paid, less secure part-time jobs, the London Assembly says today.
One year on from the 2012 Games, the London Assembly has warned that the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC)1 needs additional support to achieve its regeneration legacy objectives.
The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh.
Questions include the following subjects:
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
Commenting on the interim report of the Airports Commission, London Assembly Transport Committee Chair Val Shawcross said:
The London Assembly would welcome proposals from the Mayor for more funding for the Outer London Fund (OLF), after hearing about its impact on local boroughs since its inception in 2011.
Can London’s emergency services save money and improve the quality of service by joint working and sharing facilities? If so what is holding them back from changing current custom and practice?