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Food & Drink
Food & Drink
Charity could get base in New Spitalfields Market to cut food waste
A charity which distributes food to those in need could be offered space at a peppercorn rent so it...
17th March 2019
Home secretary Sajid Javid likely to be awarded the Freedom of the City
Home secretary Sajid Javid is likely to be granted the City’s highest accolade, and is one of nearly 100...
6th March 2019
Moth infestation is causing grief for City parks team
A breed of moths that feed on oak trees has infested several parks across London, causing allergic reactions to...
4th March 2019
Corporation dubbed ‘anchor’ of responsible pay in City
Financial institutions and professional services companies in the Square Mile are being urged to sign up to pay their...
26th February 2019
City Corporation to give St Paul’s area a makeover
A busy corner near St Paul's Cathedral is to receive a £380,000 revamp by the City of London Corporation...
6th February 2019
Plans afoot to make Bank Junction even more pedestrian friendly
Politicians have agreed to press ahead with closing more roads around the Bank of England and Mansion House to...
5th February 2019
City Corporation implements new social housing strategy
The City of London Corporation has moved forward with plans to increase social housing in the City and improve...
28th January 2019
No-deal Brexit could stifle police access to vital intelligence
City Police Commissioner, Ian Dyson, claims a no-deal Brexit may stifle their access to vital pieces of intelligence which...
23rd January 2019
Deputy John Bennett awarded prestigious MBE
Deputy John Bennett, former chairman of the Board of Governors at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, has...
8th January 2019
St Mungo’s outreach team defies cold to help homeless
The outreach team from homelessness charity St Mungo’s are looking in the hidden nooks and crannies out of sight...
24th December 2018