The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson today announced initial new funding of more than £1 billion to deliver thousands more low cost homes as he warned that London needed at least 42,000 homes a year to meet the demands of the city’s ever increasing population....
- Mayor recognises Team London volunteers for their outstanding contribution to city life
- Barbara Windsor, Ledley King and Bear Grylls join celebrations
• First 111 schools to become members of the Mayor’s London Schools Gold Club named
• Announcement comes as the Mayor opens the first annual London Education Conference at City Hall
• Teachers, education leaders and delegates addressed by the Mayor and the Education Secretary
• New 24-hour ‘Night Tube’ service at weekends
• Further improvement in the reliability, capacity and accessibility of Tube services
• All Tube stations to be controlled and staffed while services are operating
The contribution of older Londoners to their city is the theme being debated at London’s Older People's Assembly on Thursday 21 November.
A pioneering new deal announced today will capture waste heat from London Underground tunnels and an electrical substation to help warm homes and cut energy bills.
London is sharing its expertise as a top cultural destination with cities from around the globe, as they gather this week for the second World Cities Culture Summit.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today launched ‘FoodSave’, a new scheme to help food businesses maximise their profits by reducing food waste and diverting surplus food to useful purposes and away from landfill.
• Website features unique tools to help Londoners reduce emissions and exposure to air pollution
• Resources for schools and businesses so they can reduce their own air pollution footprint, with case studies and informative technical guides
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today confirmed plans for this year's New Year's Eve celebrations
The Mayor's Education Conference 2013 will bring together London and national school leaders and international experts to debate what action is required to ensure schoolchildren in the capital receive a world class education that gives them the skills, knowledge and creativity needed for...
The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) has given £67,677 funding to the London Borough of Bexley to cut drug-related crime through a drug intervention programme for offenders.
• Used cooking oil and other food waste products are being used to fuel London’s red buses in significant quantity for the first time
A new interactive online map of London is being launched today, which provides a uniquely detailed and comprehensive picture of London schools, current patterns of attendance and potential future demand for places across the capital.