Analysis

Q&A: Conservative London Mayor hopeful Joy Morrissey on housing, crime and what a female mayor could bring to City Hall

Ealing councillor Joy Morrissey is probably the least known of the three politicians from whom London Conservatives will choose their candidate for the 2020 London Mayor election, almost certainly to challenge Sadiq Khan. Born in […]

Analysis

Southwark: council housing, continuity and change In The Shadow of the Shard

The new council homes recently unveiled on former car parking space at the edge of Southwark’s Kipling estate exemplify a fruitful relationship between estate residents’ organisations, Bermondsey’s tenant management organisation (Leathermarket JMB) and Southwark Council. But […]

News

Why is London public transport use still falling?

Along with tracking the capital’s economic and population trends, Centre for London’s latest London Intelligence statistical bulletin brought us up to date with bus and Underground ridership levels. The news is that both have continued […]

Analysis

Is London floating above Brexit or about to be brought down?

Centre For London’s latest facts and stats bulletin on the capital’s vital signs offers cherries to pick for protagonists on either side of the Brexit divide. The anti-Brexit Evening Standard highlights a slowing of the capital’s population […]

News

TfL funds more cycling schemes for under-represented groups

Transport for London is investing nearly a quarter of a million pounds in encouraging social groups under-represented in the capital’s cycling population to take up travelling by bicycle. Up to 30 community and not-for-profit organisations have until 17 September […]