Most people are more prepared than they realise. We'll be issuing a daily challenge every day in September for you to 'prove or improve' your own level of emergency preparedness.
We're looking forward to the Notting Hill Carnival festivities this weekend.
Andrew Dakers, Chair of Brentford High Street Steering Group, on how the Mayor’s investment has helped bring new life to the area…
Since the Steering Group was established in 2006, regenerating Brentford really has been a ‘team effort’, and enjoyable too. Brentford used to be known as a quiet place that many seemed to ignore. It felt run-down, with no heart or identifiable centre to the town. The other issue with the high street is that it is used less at the weekend. In particular, it felt like a ghost town on a Sunday.
Accredited landlord Claire Empson talks about why she joined the London Rental Standard.
My name is Claire and I’ve been a landlord for twelve or thirteen years now. I’m a member of the Mayor’s London Rental Standard. I joined because I wanted to know everything I could about being a landlord.
After four amazing weeks of hard work and dedication, our HeadStart interns are leaving this Friday. Read on below for how they found their experience!
Anis Belmokhtar, Web Team
On Friday 13 March, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and London’s Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh, celebrated a major milestone in the ongoing work to create a world class police training facility in London, as the Peel Centre in Hendon reached the tallest point of construction.
Continuing our focus on open data and transparency, MOPAC has launched a dashboard to bring information on Youth Reoffending rates to Londoners.
The Mayor’s Office of Policing And Crime (MOPAC) and the Metropolitan Police Service secured funding from the Home Office Innovation Fund to provide Mental Health Awareness and Safeguarding Training (MAST) for 8,000 front line staff free of charge.