More than 86,000 children in the capital are set to spend Christmas in temporary accommodation.
The government has announced additional funding for councils' support for rough sleepers.
London Councils responds to the local government finance settlement for 2022/23.
New polling commissioned for London Councils shows that the cost of living is now the most important issue facing Londoners.
London Councils comments on Shelter's new analysis of homelessness data.
London Councils' response to the news that the government is making the National Transfer Scheme for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children mandatory.
Much-needed funding boost welcome but no ‘age of optimism’ for council finances – London Councils responds to the Budget and Spending Review
London Councils has welcomed the much-needed increase in funding announced by the Chancellor, while stating that the boost will not be enough to establish an age of optimism in local government finances.
One in five young Londoners is unemployed and they urgently need more support to make a positive start to their working lives, according to London Councils, the cross-party group that represents the 32 London boroughs and the City of London Corporation.
Ahead of the Budget and Spending Review, London Councils emphasises the priorities for securing economic recovery and levelling up in the capital.
Boroughs launch the Retrofit London Housing Action Plan to cut carbon emissions in the capital.