London Living Wage

    London Living Wage The London Living Wage is an hourly rate of pay, currently set at £10.55. It is calculated independently to reflect the high cost of living in the capital, giving a worker in London and their family enough to afford the essentials and to save. However, organisations must choose to pay their employees the London Living Wage - higher than what they're required to pay by law.  This is why the Mayor is championing the benefits of the Living Wage - to the lives of Londoners and to your business - and encouraging employers to opt in. Continue reading

Infrastructure Plan 2050

  London Infrastructure Plan 2050 Infrastructure touches the life of every Londoner: from turning on the taps in the morning, to travelling to work, to switching off the lights at night. Infrastructure also supports London's productivity and competitiveness, and can reduce the impact we have on our environment Continue reading

London Growth Hub

                         London Growth Hub The London Growth Hub is an online signposting tool helping connect London’s entrepreneurs, microbusiness and small and medium sized enterprises with the support that is available to help them start, sustain and grow. It brings together the capital’s vast business support offer into a single online resource which is supplemented by a programme of face-to-face business support.     Continue reading