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  • Fares freeze already encouraging millions more journeys by public transport
  • Passengers to save even more with landmark new unlimited Hopper fare early next...

With approximately 36,000 trees planted in our streets and up to a further 24,500 planted in our parks, the borough of Bromley already has one of the largest tree stocks of all the London boroughs...

  • Devolution will bring health and care services closer together
  • The NHS in London will be incentivised to sell unused land and buildings, with money reinvested in health and care,...

There is a great chance for people to see how plans for a new creative district of international importance are taking shape during the Christmas festivities. 

A public consultation of...

  • Sadiq and Andy: Chancellor must provide real-terms increase in the Budget

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, joined forces on 14...

Bexley’s first ever literary festival - ‘Bookbuzz’ - will take place across the borough next year from 10–24 February.

Cllr Peter Craske, Cabinet Member for Community Safety, Environment...

You can still donate to the running costs for Blackheath Fireworks. The firework display was on 4 November and attracted over 80,000 visitors.​

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  • Three in five construction employers say outlook is bleak
  • Losing skilled workers from EU could be ‘catastrophic’ Sadiq warns

 

Sadiq Khan has today called on the...

London continues to suffer from an acute case of widespread health inequalities.

The Mayor of London has a duty to produce a Health Inequalities Strategy that seriously tackles and aims to...

A new survey has revealed that the friendliest part of London has the University of Greenwich at its heart.

Greenwich came top of all 32 boroughs in a study which asked residents to rate...

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