Outer London Commission
The Outer London Commission (OLC) was established by the Mayor of London to advise how Outer London can play its full part in the city’s economic success.
The OLC is chaired by William McKee CBE and includes representatives of business, the boroughs, the development industry and the voluntary sector.
The Mayor has now asked the Commission to reconvene for the fourth time to provide advice on a range of issues. For this round, the Commission will explore the issue of residential parking standards initially and prepare a report to the Mayor in May 2015. The Commission will then look at a range of other issues later in 2015 which will help to inform the full review of the London Plan.