How will new £70m funds help parts of London hit by violent disorder?
Members of the London Assembly will tomorrow ask Mayoral Adviser Sir Peter Rogers about the £70 million pledged to help regenerate town centres and high streets across London damaged by last month’s vandalism and looting.
The Budget and Performance Committee will ask Sir Peter about the effectiveness of short-term recovery programmes and the longer-term regeneration schemes. Members will also explore the implications of the Greater London Authority (GLA) borrowing £46.2 million to finance the Mayor’s regeneration fund.
During the second part of the meeting, the Committee will look at the likely effect of the GLA taking over the activities of the London Development Agency (LDA) and Home Communities Agency (HCA) in London.
The following guests will attend the meeting:
From 2.30pm: Disturbances recovery funding
• Sir Peter Rogers, Mayoral Adviser on Regeneration, Growth and Enterprise
• Fiona Fletcher-Smith, Executive Director of Development and Environment
• Bob Atkins, Treasurer, Metropolitan Police Authority
From approximately 3pm: The financial and performance implications of the GLA taking over LDA and HCA London activities
• Lurene Joseph, Chief Executive, LDA
• David Lunts, Interim Executive Director for Housing and Regeneration, GLA
• Sir Edward Lister, the Mayor’s Chief of Staff and Chair of the Investment Management and Performance Board, GLA
• Martin Clarke, Executive Director of Resources, GLA
The Budget and Performance Committee meeting will take place on Wednesday 14 September from 2.30pm in Committee Room 5 at City Hall (The Queen’s Walk, London SE1).
Media and members of the public are invited to attend. The meeting can also be viewed via webcast
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