Around 6 in 10 of you who answered the Priorities for Londoners survey think that London is an inclusive and welcoming city. You thought that tackling inequalities and discrimination is the most important issue for London’s communities, closely followed by ensuring all Londoners have access to information and support to live a healthy and secure life.
- The Good Work Standard, launched in 2019, establishes an approach to diversity in recruitment, as well as fair pay and working conditions, which City Hall wants every London employer to achieve
- The draft budget provides funding to 1,000 cultural and community events through the Good Growth Fund (allocated £12.8 million)
- City Hall will continue to invest in the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). The programme focuses on economic development, driven by inclusive design practices so that neighbourhoods, workplaces, transport and homes are accessible to all Londoners. The proposed gross revenue expenditure for LLDC in 2020-21 is £65.7 million (with a capital spend of £279.1 million)
Tell us what you think of the spending plans for communities in the discussion below.