Who Runs London

Wednesday 17 November – Wednesday 17 November 2010

A visual guide to the public bodies in London, produced by LCA and NLA, with some help from Tony Travers of the LSE.

The diagram explains the complex relationships between those who currently run London and is being published at a time when the coalition government has committed to a Decentralisation and Localism Bill.
  
This is a national issue but there is a specific London agenda, given we have a directly elected Mayor and Assembly as well as 33 local authorities. Already we know that some regional agencies, like GOL and the LDA, will go and others, such as Think London and Visit London, may either be merged or have their accountability moved.

The diagram will be on display at NLA until the end of September, and we would welcome your comments. Do you think these structures work? How would you like it to change?

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Location:
NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT

Price:
Free Entry

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