This week has involved the possibility of industrial action and an unexploded bomb! Click to read more about what we've been up to as well as our tips as part of Dementia Awareness Week.
UPDATE: the planned industrial action due to take place on Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th May 2015 has been suspended. Please ignore travel news and advice featured in this page.
Network Rail unions have called for 48 hours of industrial action on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 May. This includes a country-wide strike on national rail services from 5pm on Monday 25 May. If the strike goes ahead, it will affect national rail services on Monday, Tuesday and into Wednesday morning.
Imogen Levy, Digital Delivery Manager explains the story so far.
Work-in-progress designs for the homepage in desktop, tablet and mobile view
Katrina Ramsey, Senior Policy and Programmes Officer, Environment Team explains how you can get involved with London Tree Week.
London is one of the greenest cities in the world. Busy streets and skyscrapers coexist next to allotments, rivers, parks and gardens. And, to date, 20% of London is covered in trees.
Overview of My Week
As the newest member of London Resilience Team this is my first blog, and it's been a busy week! Before joining, I worked for the London Fire Brigade Emergency Planning Team, which supports local authority partnership working within London, and I am looking forward to my new role.
A busy week in London and the UK, with the General Election result and VE Day commemorative events.
In this week's Duty Officer blog we bring you news from the first meeting to plan for Exercise Unified Response, a large EU exercise due to take place Feb 2016.
With the capital's weather warming up, this week our Duty Officer Update provides useful links to help you prepare for hot weather.
Nicola Murphy-Evans of City Hall’s environment team is interviewing the project managers of some of her favourite Pocket Parks.
The Edible Bus Stop Pocket Park
The Edible Bus Stop® was founded by Mak Gilchrist and Will Sandy. They created the first of our London Pocket Parks on an old bomb site on Landor Road, Lambeth and have followed up with a second in West Norwood.