A rough guide to the London Local Authorities Act 2007
One role of London Councils is to help promote private legislation on behalf of the boroughs. The 9th London Local Authorities Bill received Royal Assent in July, becoming the LLA Act 2007.
Local Environmental Quality in Times of Austerity, 2011 research
London Councils co-funded research with Keep Britain Tidy in 2011 to explore London residents’ priorities for council spending. It investigates where local environmental quality and related anti-social behaviour issues feature amongst broader public priorities and asks why local environment quality is consistently a priority.
Sharing best practice: Enviro-crime busters, 2011 case studies
Best practice on local environment quality enforcement in London
'Enviro-crime busters' is a collection of case studies, produced in 2011, showcases some of the innovative work in London boroughs tackling nuisance behaviour such as littering, abandoned vehicles and dumped rubbish. Many of the case studies show how boroughs have involved local communities and are responding to local concerns and priorities.
Managing flood risk in London
London's greatest flooding risk comes from surface water.