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Corporation takes further steps to create environmental legacy
City of London Corporation policy chair, Catherine McGuinness, explains why creating an environmental legacy is a top priority for...
6th May 2019
Increase in littering fines have helped keep City streets clean
City of London Corporation policy chair, Catherine McGuiness, explains why increasing littering fines has helped the streets of the...
4th April 2019
Catherine McGuinness: Importance of earning a living wage
Over the past two weeks you will have seen billboards across London Underground urging firms to pay all their...
10th March 2019
Why tackling old problems in the new year is important
City of London Corporation policy chair, Catherine McGuiness, explains why it is important to tackle old problems in the...
10th January 2019
Catherine McGuinness reflects on the City Bridge Trust’s charitable work
Catherine McGuinness talks about the philanthropic contributions being made by the Corporation to help some of the most vulnerable...
12th December 2018
Faster internet to help City compete internationally
City of London Corporation policy chairman, Catherine McGuinness, explains how the Square Mile is looking to become a world...
3rd December 2018
Catherine McGuinness Column: Steps toward Culture Mile
Over the past 18 months, the City Corporation has developed a ‘Look and Feel’ strategy for Culture Mile which...
5th November 2018
Have your say on reducing road danger in the City
Corporation policy chair Catherine McGuinness says it is vital that residents and workers have input on plans to keep...
1st August 2018
Why City firms should take the plastic-free pledge
The average City worker uses 1,000 pieces of single-use plastic per year. Catherine McGuinness explains why going plastic-free is...
17th July 2018
Catherine McGuinness: Time for action on apprenticeships
OVER 90% of apprentices go on into work or further training. That’s a statistic worth paying attention to.
26th March 2018