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Chris Hayes Regional Director

Government Office for London

The Government has announced that the Government Office for London is to be abolished. Sponsor departments are now reviewing the functions that GOL carries out on their behalf and considering how those functions that need to continue will be delivered in the future.

 

At the Government Office for London we join up the work of 10 Central Government Departments across London. We speak up for London and make sure that Londoners benefit from all the help which is available from central government.
We work in partnership with organisations across London to deliver, influence and develop government initiatives and programmes.
We work to bring together key people and organisations so that Londoners receive better services because everyone is working together

If you have any comments on our website please email them to enquiries@gol.gsi.gov.uk.

 

The contents of this website are under review following the formation of a new Government.  The latest planning casework can still be found here. Further information on the changes to the network will be posted on www.gonetwork.gos.gov.uk.



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Closing the Ethnic Minority Employment Gap in London
On the 5th March the Government Office for London in partnership with the Black Training and Enterprise Group hosted the first of two seminars on how to close the ethnic minority employment gap in London.

Reducing Reoffending Conference March 2010

Reducing Reoffending conference
One hundred and thirty people attended a Reduction of Reoffending conference at the Commonwealth Club in London on 26 March.
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