London Councils responds to Chief Medical Officer, Sir Chris Whitty’s Annual Report on Air Pollution.
Across the capital, boroughs are running campaigns to support local businesses.
HIV continues to be one of the biggest public health priorities in the capital. London boroughs are proud of the work we do to prevent HIV by promoting testing, PrEP, condoms and U=U via Do It London, our collaborative information campaign.
London boroughs are determined to play a leading role in tackling surface water flooding. We are taking steps to expand local and national understanding as to how we can prevent serious surface water flooding events and mitigate their impact, but we cannot do it alone.
£100,000 is available for up to two projects developing new approaches to improving adult social care.
“London’s buses are a hugely important and affordable way to get around our capital" - London Councils responds to TfL's bus services announcement
London Councils Executive Member for Climate Change, Environment and Transport, Mayor Philip Glanville, responds to TfL's bus consultation and subsequent announcement of amendments to bus services across London.
The cost-of-living crisis is damaging the capital’s ability to prevent climate change, even though Londoners are eager to take action: London Councils poll reveals
Three-quarters of Londoners (75%) say the cost-of-living crisis has made it more difficult for them to take action to help prevent climate change, new polling commissioned by London Councils reveals.
London Councils and TfL to extend London’s trial of rental e-scooters following national trial extensions
London Councils and Transport for London (TfL) are extending the capital’s trial of rental e-scooters in response to recently updated Department for Transport (DfT) guidance that allows local authority trials to continue until 31 May 2024.
London Councils calls for a funding boost and a delay to planned reforms of the sector.
Baroness Casey's interim report on culture and standards of behaviour in the Metropolitan Police has been published and Cllr Jas Athwal, London Councils' Executive member for Community Safety and Violence Against Women and Girls has issued a response.