The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, today announced that David Goldstone CBE has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today announced that he has freed up public land and property to speed up the delivery of 11 schools in the capital, providing places for around 7,300 pupils, nine of which will be free schools.
An army of volunteers will be hitting the streets of the capital to help ensure the success of London’s stage of the epic Tour de France cycle race on Monday 7th July.
City Hall has announced plans to celebrate the capital’s high streets this summer and to continue a major focus on improvements that has already seen millions of pounds invested on schemes to rejuvenate some of London’s most important localities.
A new report by York Aviation and Oxford Economics published today (24 June) highlights how a decision on where to build new airport capacity in the southeast is of paramount importance to every major city and region in Great Britain.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, the Chairman of the Airports Commission, Sir Howard Davies, and representatives behind proposals for airport expansion at Gatwick, Heathrow and in the Thames Estuary, will discuss airport expansion at a conference in east London today (18 June).
Plans to transform an abandoned former psychiatric hospital, owned by the Greater London Authority (GLA), into 675 homes have been given the green light today by the Mayor of London’s office. (Wednesday, June 18).
A consultation launches today (Wednesday 18 June) to hear views on plans for the Mayor of London to be given overall responsibility for the future regeneration of Old Oak Common and Park Royal.
Jazzie B, founder of chart topping dance music pioneers Soul II Soul, will receive the London Legend accolade at the inaugural London Music Awards, a glittering event hosted by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson at the Roundhouse. Also being recognised are Sir Antonio Pappano and Lord Lloyd...
Over a 1,000 schools in London - 40 per cent - have signed up to the Mayor’s Healthy Schools London (HSL) programme to improve pupils’ health and wellbeing, it was announced today at an awards ceremony in City Hall.