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The GLA Review and London Government: the government's proposals for reform

LSE London will host a seminar on the GLA Review and London Government: the government's proposals for reform at LSE on Thursday 27 July.

The purpose of the event, relatively soon after the government's announcement of new powers for the GLA, is to allow an early consideration of the likely consequences of the proposals.

Andrew Campbell, director of the Regional Co-ordination Unit at DCLG, will present the Government's proposals for GLA powers. Neale Coleman from the Mayor's Office will present the Mayor's response. Merrick Cockell, chairman of the Association of London Government, will present the Borough view, and Tony Travers, director of the Greater London Group at LSE, will speak about the new government of London. There will also be plenty of room for debate. 

The event is the eight in a series of London Seminars funded under the Higher Education Innovation Fund initiative

The GLA Review and London Government: the government's proposals for reform is on Thursday 27 July at 2pm in Room R505, Lionel Robbins Building (Library), LSE.

This event is open to all but places are limited. Please RSVP to LSE London by email to lselondon@lse.ac.uk| by Monday 24 July. For further information please contact Torunn Kielland or Logan Werschky at LSE London at 020 7955 6522. 

posted 19 July 2006

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