Our friends at Transport for London have delivered an early Christmas present - the final copy of their new sponsorship policy which sets out how they’ll solicit third-party funding for new and existing services in the future. … [Read more...]
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Last night four of the likely contenders to be the next Labour candidate for Mayor of London took part in an event that we were assured was not in any way a hustings but which spent quite a lot of time talking about Ken, Boris and … [Read more...]
Yesterday we finally learnt the fate of the Tube network’s ticket offices - they’re all being axed. Predictably Boris’s political rivals had some fun had at his expense by reminding Londoners that in 2008 he promised to scrap … [Read more...]
For months members of the Mayor’s team have been working on proposals to radically update and rebuild City Hall’s website. I wrote about this work and some of the reasoning behind it back in June. To date most discussion … [Read more...]
Caroline Pidgeon MBE AM, leader of the Liberal Democrat group in the London Assembly, says the Mayor's approach to selling off former police stations is inconsistent with his own stated aim to boost the levels of affordable … [Read more...]
Given that the Greater London Authority was originally stapled together from a number of separate and unconnected agencies it’s hardly surprising that it’s a minefield of anomalies and contradictory practices. But sometimes the … [Read more...]