A group of small and medium sized businesses are heading off on a trade mission to Asia this weekend as part of the Mayor of London’s export programme to help firms tap into overseas markets.
The Mayor of London has described the Airports Commission decision to recommend that a third runway be built at Heathrow as highly predictable, short-termist and completely politically undeliverable.
Victoria Hills has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).
The world’s first purpose-built purely electric double-decker bus will enter passenger service in London this year, Mayor Boris Johnson announced today, as he hosted representatives and major bus manufacturers from across the globe at City Hall for the first ever global Clean Bus Summit.
Large crowds are anticipated for this year's Pride celebrations, which take place tomorrow (Saturday 27 June) and the Mayor of London has a message for everyone taking part in one of the city's largest public events of the year.
• 15 out of 20 planned Housing Zones now announced
• Significant progress made on affordable housing
• Target of 50,000 new homes from Housing Zones within reach
Plans to create a £10bn ‘megafund’ that would make it easier for pharmaceutical companies in London and across the country to develop groundbreaking new drugs and treatments is one of a number of options that will be discussed today at a special conference hosted by the Mayor o
School pupils in London should receive 100 hours experience of the world of work starting from the age of seven, according to London’s business leaders and politicians.
The Mayor of London and the London Assembly joined members of the British Armed Forces today for a flag raising ceremony at City Hall, to honour the bravery and commitment of service personnel past and present, ahead of Armed Forces Day
Performers from around the world take to streets and railway stations across the UK for first National Busking Day on 18 July, including Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Canterbury, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Margate, Newcastle-Gateshead, Norwich...
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is today (Wednesday, June 17) launching two initiatives to help make the capital the best connected city in Europe and boost affordable access to superfast connections for homes and small businesses.
Five years since the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP and the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron launched the Tech City Initiative, new research shows London has cemented its position as the most important tech hub in Europe and is forecast to boost its economy by £18bn in 2015.
The Mayor of London today announced the launch of Team London Skill-UP, a brand new programme that will see London’s top companies volunteer their time to train and advise small charities, to help to bridge the skills gap preventing many of them from growing.
The Mayor of London visited The Maypole Project today (Thursday 11th June) to see how £10,000 from his Team London Small Grants Innovation Fund has helped to recruit an extra 10 specialist volunteers to get children and young people with complex medical needs involved in sports through the...