Lord Rogers

Meeting: 
MQT on 2000-12-20
Session date: 
December 20, 2000
Reference: 
2000/0454
Question By: 
Eric Ollerenshaw
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

The Mayor will be aware that his unpaid Cabinet advisor on urban strategy, Lord Rogers, is in addition a paid consultant to the Greater London Authority on urban task force principles. Does the Mayor think that this reresents a conflict of interests? .

Answer

Answer for Lord Rogers

Answer for Lord Rogers

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Although not fully concluded, we are in the final stages of negotiation with Lord Rogers to define a consultancy role to assist with the implementation of Urban Task Force principles. In defining his role we have ensured that no conflicts of interest arise, and he will at all times operate in conformance with the GLA's Planning Code of Conduct.

Lord Rogers' involvement will bring about a new approach to developments across London, and I look forward to his close working with staff in the GLA and the Functional Bodies and with the Boroughs.