Posted: 06.11.14

LDN – London in short: November issue out now

The cold may have finally arrived but the politics of London continues to heat up. This month we have seen Labour publish its Lyons Review into housing delivery and confirm an open primary to select its 2016 Mayoral candidate for a £3 fee.

Frieze Art Fair 2014, Regents Park, London.  Photo by Linda Nylind. 15/10/2014.

The cold may have finally arrived but the politics of London continues to heat up. 
 
This month we have seen Labour publish its Lyons Review into housing delivery and confirm an open primary to select its 2016 Mayoral candidate for a £3 fee. 
 
We have also seen the Mayor confirm the preferred route for Crossrail II; a London Health Commission report examining how health and wellbeing in London can be improved; and a fascinating Manifesto for London published by Centre for London.

So it's another packed LDN designed to keep you abreast of everything happening in our great city.

LDN is produced by London Communications Agency, the only PR consultancy to specialise in London. It covers politics, development, culture, transport, health, policing and more.  To subscribe and receive this month’s issue, as well as all future issues, please visit the LDN page on this site or click here.

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