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People's Question Time will take place on 24th October at Westminster Central Hall. The meeting is open to the public, and gives Londoners the chance to question the Mayor and Assembly (more)

Ken Livingstone has announced a programme of events to celebrate Black History Month in the capital (more). Visit the Black History Month website

Housing crisis threatens London's economy says Mayor (more)

People living in London are being invited to a spectacular day of festivities to mark the end of the year 2000 (more)

Mayor looks back on 100 days in office since he formally took over as the first directly-elected Mayor of London on 3 July (more)

Mayor appoints Transport Commissioner with outstanding international track record (more)

GLA picks Anthony Mayer as new Chief Executive (more).

Without Prejudice? Exploring Ethnic Differences in London, a new publication from the GLA, looks at a range of characteristics from country of birth to housing, health to employment, age to migration and from families to travel patterns (more)

Mayors of London and Berlin sign Joint Declaration launching an alliance to develop solutions to common problems and to work together to influence European policy (more)

The London Assembly's Affordable Housing Scrutiny Committee has heard from experts in housing at the London School of Economics and West London TEC that forty percent of teachers could leave London by 2005 (more)

London Health Commission's new drive to 'make a difference' by tackling inequalities across the capital (more)

The Mayor has set out his ideas on aspects of key planning policy in a report to a Greater London Authority Committee (more)

Mayor will press for EU action on sustainable development (more)

The Greater London Authority has published the Housing Capacity Study, a detailed study on the space available for new homes in the capital (more)

Will Hutton's independent study of the government's Public Private Partnership plans for the Tube says PPP is unsafe and poor value for money - download the full report (more)

The Mayor will officially take control of Trafalgar and Parliament Squares from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on 1 October 2000 (more)

The Mayor has written a column setting out some ideas on how to solve the problems caused by congestion in London (more)

Review group meet to discuss the future of Notting Hill Carnival (more)

Mayor orders comprehensive bus contract review (more)

Technology for Congestion Charging Scheme gets vote of confidence (more)

Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London and his Deputy, Nicky Gavron, have both spoken about their determination to raise building and urban design standards in the capital. (more)

Two of the country's leading housing experts are to join forces with the London Assembly to investigate the housing crisis facing London's key workers (more)

GLA to tackle inequality and discrimination against black Londoners (more)

The London Assembly has called the Dome Minister and the New Millenium Experience Company to answer questions on the current state and future use of the Dome. (more)

Membership of the nine-strong Carnival Review Group has been announced. The group will look into various aspects of the Carnival with the aim of producing proposals which will influence its future (more)

Deputy Mayor Nicky Gavron launches an initiative to crack down on illegally parked vehicles in bus lanes. (more)

 

 

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