London Councils and London Higher have today announced five new knowledge partnerships between five borough-led climate programmes and four universities across London.
London Councils is publishing new Climate Change Programme Action plans, which set out how boroughs will work collaboratively to reach Net Zero targets across the capital
94% of children due to start secondary school in London this September have been offered a place at one of their preferred schools, data published on National Secondary Offer Day 2022 by the Pan London Admissions Board reveals.
"Tackling climate change will only be successful if we all collaborate to achieve it." London Councils responds to the GLA's report on achieving Net Zero by 2030
London Councils responds to the GLA's report on achieving Net Zero by 2030.
Boroughs are playing an instrumental role in delivering wraparound support to families living in hotels.
New polling commissioned for London Councils shows that the cost of living is now the most important issue facing Londoners.
London Councils' response to the news that the government is making the National Transfer Scheme for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children mandatory.
Leader of London Councils and Mayor of London convene London Climate Summit to build powerful coalition tackling the climate crisis ahead of COP26
Ahead of the United Nations COP26 Climate Change Conference starting in Glasgow on Sunday, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and leader of London Councils, Cllr Georgia Gould, will today welcome London’s leaders, businesses and communities to the London Climate Summit.
Urban Britain unites to call on Government to grasp green growth and jobs opportunity ahead of tomorrow’s budget and spending review
As world leaders prepare to visit Glasgow for the COP26 Climate Summit and ahead of a crucial Spending Review tomorrow, 36 of the UK’s major cities have come together to call on Government to work with them to deliver a just transition to net zero.
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.