The Tailormade from Ealing have been crowned Gigs Champion 2014, following a five month search to find London's best busker. They beat off 200 other acts from across the capital to take top honours in the grand final of Gigs Big Busk, the UK's biggest street music competition.
For the second time this year, Londoners are being encouraged to give their views on crime and local policing in their area at a series of borough meetings hosted by the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh and the Metropolitan Police, with the next round of meetings starting...
Event: Gigs Big Busk Grand Final
Venue: Westfield Stratford (The Gallery, Ground Floor), London E20 1EJ
Date: Sunday 7 September 2014, 12pm-6pm
Europe’s longest substantially-segregated urban cycleways were unveiled today, the centrepiece of the Mayor’s £913 million commitment to get more Londoners on their bikes.
• Outdated HQ goes on the market for £250m in biggest shake up of Met estate in over half a century
• Proceeds will be reinvested in cutting-edge mobile technology for frontline staff, modern buildings and more officers on the street
Liberty, UK's groundbreaking showcase of Deaf and disabled artists, returns as cultural centrepiece of National Paralympic Day celebrations
New figures released today (26 August) indicate that having a new airport in the Thames Estuary would support 336,000 jobs around the country in 2050, around a third more than an expanded Heathrow and more than five times as many jobs as an expanded Gatwick airport would provide.
Two million pounds of funding has been committed to a new programme that will address an increasing shortage of construction skills in the capital by providing training, work placements and the support to help 500 unemployed construction workers get back into work.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today welcomed the appointment of Peter Fitzboydon as Chief Executive Officer of ‘London Sport’ – a new organisation to lead the delivery of grassroots sport in London.