As Public Health England launches a major new Change4Life campaign to get children more active during the summer holidays, the Deputy Mayor of London, Victoria Borwick is today visiting St Luke's CE primary school on the Isle of Dogs, to see first-hand what it is doing to improve pupils' health...
The Mayor of London has welcomed £236m of Government funding that will be used to help create thousands of new jobs in the capital.
The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime is seeking the views of Londoners and organisations, in order to increase the confidence of communities to report hate crimes to the police, better support victims and to ensure more effective enforcement against perpetrators of hate crime.
UK's groundbreaking showcase of Deaf and disabled artists returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as cultural centrepiece of National Paralympic Day
• Sales of 32 under-used sites have delivered £125m to be reinvested in frontline policing – 3 x original estimate
• £12.5m savings in full year running costs – equivalent to annual cost of 200 police officers
For the first time since the London 2012 Paralympic Games, international swimmers will once again compete in the iconic London Aquatics Centre. Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Friday) for this major sporting event, being held as part of National Paralympic Day featuring the Mayor of London’...
Big Dance Special Ambassador Darcey Bussell and Mayor of London Boris Johnson have launched Big Dance 2014, which runs from from 5 – 13 July
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today welcomed 33 new citizens representing each of London’s boroughs at a ceremony in City Hall.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has today (Friday, June 27) published detailed planning guidance to ensure that future developments enhance the rich character of the city.
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.