Top disabled athletes and performers will return to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for an exciting celebration of sport and culture to mark National Paralympic Day on Saturday 7 September. Almost one year since the London Paralympic Games closed, National Paralympic Day featuring the Mayor of...
Team London Ambassadors are hitting the streets of the capital again over the next few weeks, with the return of the Visitor Welcome programme, which proved a big hit with tourists during the London 2012 Games. Up to 800 specially trained volunteers will have responsibility for assisting...
Mayor confirms major new boost to London 2012 legacy with construction of UK’s largest indoor ski facility in Stratford
• £67.5 million worth of contracts awarded for Olympic stadium redevelopment
• House building on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to be accelerated
Thousands more Londoners have taken up volunteering in the capital as a result of the popularity of the ‘magenta magicians’; the volunteers who gave visitors from all over the world a warm welcome throughout the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
London is reaping the rewards from hosting the best Olympic and Paralympic Games ever with billions of pounds of inward investment, supporting economic growth and the creation of tens of thousands of jobs, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson revealed today.
Rising musician Robbie Boyd plays an intimate gig today at the top of The 02, becoming the first British musician to perform at the summit of the iconic structure.
The Mayor, Boris Johnson, today announced a £2 million fund for projects across the capital that will link and improve access to London’s green spaces and waterways.
The Mayor of London has set out a detailed vision for transforming London into the greatest economic powerhouse of the 21st century, with a new airport to complement the new seaport about to open in the Thames estuary, new road and rail connections to boost the economy of east London, Kent and...
A record number of tourists from overseas visited London in the first quarter of 2013 according to the latest International Passenger Survey (IPS) figures. The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has welcomed the news that 3.4 million visitors came to London in the first three months of this yea
The Mayor of London today called on the mobile phone industry to help deliver a cost effective technical solution to tackle the blight of phone robberies in the capital.
The Mayor Boris Johnson is calling on London’s secondary school children to get creative with green technology and come up with new and innovative designs for hydrogen-fuelled cell cars.