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LONDON ASSEMBLY BREXIT DIRECTIVE II–A Brexit strategy for London

London needs a published plan of action to give the capital and the financial markets further reassurance. This should...

All schools should have mandatory plans in place to help prevent knife crime, the Mayor Sadiq Khan announced at a summit on 31 October, at a major summit on making the capital’s schools safer....

  • First-ever meeting of England’s seven regional Mayors
  • Call for significant increase in the scale and pace of devolution – including skills, policy and fiscal...

Starting from 30 October, Sugar Awareness Week is a national campaign that aims to highlight the dangers of excess sugar consumption and hidden sugars in foods, as well as the benefits of reducing...

The Royal Borough is trialling cutting-edge rubbish ‘gobblers’ as part of its drive to make Greenwich’s streets the cleanest in London.

A giant vacuum cleaner style machine was trialled out...

  • Mayor urges government to massively increase investment in London homebuilding back to 2009/10 levels at the Budget on 22 November
  • Government funding for affordable homebuilding in...

Following its selection as the London Borough of Bromley’s preferred development partner earlier this year, Countryside is delighted to announce that a development agreement has been completed...

Heavily parked residential side roads across Bexley are the focus of the Council’s latest initiative to help the borough look its best.

Since the beginning of the month, London Borough of...

Eltham Lights Up returns to illuminate Eltham High Street on 16 November for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.  

The eagerly-awaited event marks the beginning of several events being...

All 73 London MPs received a cross party letter from the London Assembly on Tuesday 24 October, to enlist their support for a Domestic Abusers Register.

Last year, there were almost 150,000...

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