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 responds to the local government finance settlement for 2022/23.
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.
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.
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.
Ahead of the Budget and Spending Review, London Councils emphasises the priorities for securing economic recovery and levelling up in the capital.
UK Core Cities and London represent half a trillion pound investment opportunity, says new report. Investing in net zero projects such as solar panels, building retrofit and electric vehicle charging points across the eleven Core Cities and London will create a £500 billion investment opportunity, according to new research.
Two-thirds of Londoners (66%) have had an increased level of concern about climate change in the last 12 months, new polling commissioned by London Councils reveals.