This is the third quarterly update on the Mayor's Economic Recovery Action Plan, which now comprises 70 actions. The action plan is aimed at getting London back on track and through the economic downturn and a further eight actions were implemented in the past three months.
The Mayor has committed to do all he can to assist Londoners and businesses through this recession. This quarterly update on his Economic Recovery Action Plan (published in December 2008) sets out progress in implementing the plan and actions.
The Mayor has released his first update report setting out progress in delivering his Economic Recovery Action Plan for London, which was published on December 17th 2008.
The Mayor Boris Johnson has set out a detailed £3bn package of measures to get London back on track and through the economic downturn. He urged Londoners and business to remain confident and positive and to work with him through the challenging times ahead, and to take advantage of the support on offer.
The Mayor's Economic Recovery Action Plan, available to download below, will be put in place by the GLA Group and its partners over the coming year. The comprehensive plan consists of nearly 60 measures to support businesses, support Londoners, and to ensure that the capital is equipped for the eventual upturn in the economy.