With the capital's weather warming up, this week our Duty Officer Update provides useful links to help you prepare for hot weather.
People behind Pocket Parks
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 Parks
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.
This week, we share advice on coping with air pollution in London.
Following the Bermondsey Bomb last week, this week we've been working with partners to share information and respond to the Kingsway/Holborn fire, which continues to burn. Find out more in our weekly blog.
This year’s Vaisakhi celebrations take place at City Hall on 11 April. Two of the festival organisers give us their top tips on what to expect and what you can learn about on the day.
Indy Hothi, EY Sikh network
I am an economist at EY and lead the firm’s Sikh network. I’m passionate about the arts and culture, and how it can transcend human barriers. Here are my three tips for what not to miss at Vaisakhi at City Hall.
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