Today’s revised code commits the agency to publishing a log of Freedom of Information requests from next year. It will also publish an online schedule detailing when regular information and datasets will be updated, a move TfL says will “make it easier for stakeholders to plan their scrutiny of this material.”
Business in the West End are set to share a £2.45 billion annual windfall once Crossrail opens in 2019 according to new research commissioned by traders association the New West End Company.
Conservative activists have been warned that Labour’s influx of new members means it’s a now “powerful” fighting force with the resources and manpower to mount a credible challenge in next year’s mayoral contest.
London’s business leaders and politicians have welcomed Chancellor George Osborne’s announcement that local councils will soon be able to retain all of the cash collected through business rates.
Relations between black cab drivers and TfL have long been bad and it’d take more than removing Uber from London’s streets to change that.