All eight of the outer boroughs shortlisted for the “mini-Hollands” programme will win funding for substantial and transformative change, the Mayor Boris Johnson, announced today.
London schoolchildren head to Wembley to be part of UK's first ever We Day celebration. More than 400 schools across the capital have already signed up to the Mayor's Team London Young Ambassadors programme, which was set up last September to get more young people volunteering and involved in...
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson made waves earlier today (Thursday, March 6) when he announced that his flagship mobile swimming pool scheme is to visit another three boroughs before the end of the year.
Today (3 March) the Mayor of London got Apprenticeship Week cooking in the capital by revealing plans to create 7,000 new apprenticeship positions in the catering industry. The announcement takes him a step closer to achieving his target of 250,000 apprenticeships in London by 2016.
A former gravel pit and landfill site in Dagenham is being transformed into a new £78.4 million scheme which will deliver hundreds of new homes on public land released by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
The 639 High Road Enterprise Centre in Tottenham, which was set up with funding from the Mayor of London following the 2011 riots, is to become a CitySafe Haven, offering a place of refuge for vulnerable young people at risk. the 639 Enterprise Centre has already established itself as an...
Thirty-three of London’s biggest and nastiest road junctions will be transformed in a £300 million programme to make them safer and less threatening for cyclists and pedestrians, the Mayor and TfL announced today.
- Sensible savings have once again delivered an affordable budget for hard working Londoners.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today revealed proposals to boost crime fighting by giving the Met Police access to more than 1,000 automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) road cameras across the capital.
Hans Haacke and David Shrigley were announced today as the winning artists of the next two commissions for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. Their designs will be unveiled in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
Today (6 February) the Mayor of London visited a pioneering south London small business on the verge of a global expansion that specialises in a product more often found on the beach than on the streets of the capital.
Turner Prize winner to judge this year's Fourth Plinth Schools Awards
Award-winning artist Jeremy Deller will judge this year's Fourth Plinth Schools Awards, it was announced today.