The Mayor of London has confirmed that his Deputy Mayor for Business & Enterprise, Kit Malthouse AM, will step down from his role next month and thanked him for his service to the capital.
• Transport for London (TfL) to provide automatic refunds to those who incur a higher fare than the former off-peak daily cap in outer London (Zones 4-6) twice or more in a week
The Mayor has today named London's first Housing Zones. In nine boroughs, spanning the length and breadth of the city, the new Zones will bring forward enormous regeneration and transform key areas of the capital, with £260m of new investment to deliver 28,000 much needed new homes across the...
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has today confirmed that all serving special constables who live in the capital will be eligible for a £150 council tax cut, as he delivers on his pledge to reward those uniformed volunteers who support policing.
The Mayor of London is supporting London's Chinese New Year celebrations, which take place in Trafalgar Square and Chinatown on Sunday 22 February and mark the start of the Year of the Sheep. The annual event is one of the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations outside of Asia and large crowds...
The Mayor of London is calling for an increase in efforts to ensure every Londoner has access to the internet and digital services.
Specialist youth workers, dealing directly with young victims of gang crime, will be placed in every hospital major trauma centre (MTCs) to support victims and reduce youth violence in London under the major expansion of a ground-breaking project announced today.
· Mayor and New York Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton, visit high-tech intelligence hub as they herald crime progress in both cities
London’s brightest students have a week left to apply for a £20,000 prize fund to get their dream ‘green’ business idea up and running.
London is the most popular city in the world among US students who are looking to study overseas, according to new internet search results published by Google today (11 February).
American investors are putting more money into London-based technology companies than ever before, according to new figures to be revealed by the Mayor of London today (11 February).
The Mayor of London today [8th February] revealed further details of plans to deliver his bold vision for the future of London’s road network, aimed at reducing congestion, creating new public spaces and encouraging more people to walk and cycle.