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All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for London

Westminster palace

To promote London in the interests of all its people, places and businesses as a global city and powerhouse of the economy.

London MPs and Peers have come together for the first time to provide a voice for London in Parliament. The group’s purpose is to promote the capital in the interests of all Londoners. Within this objective, the specific focus is to work on the policy areas as agreed at the 2016 AGM (see below).  Meetings will be organised around these themes with invited speakers.

Download the 2016 AGM report

London Council's provides the secretariat to the group on behalf of London Government including the Mayor of London and the London Assembly. The group is listed on the APPG Register.

APPG meetings are open to representatives of organisations interested and affected by this issue. If you wish to attend, please allow enough time to get through security – for Committee Rooms the entrance is via Cromwell Green or at Portcullis House for meetings there.

Autumn meeting dates

We are in the process of deciding what topics will be discussed at our meetings and will be putting up details as soon as this is decided. These meetings are open to Parliamentarians and those involved in the sectors involved.

  • Wednesday 13 September, 4-5pm, Macmillan Room – topic tbd
  • Tuesday 17 October, 2-3pm, Macmillan Room – topic tbd
  • Monday 20 November, 4-5pm, Macmillan Room – topic tbd


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Bridging the Skills Gap

A radical overhaul of the skills system across the UK is needed if businesses are to avoid the negative effects of Brexit. Organisations in the capital are facing significant challenges as they seek to recruit employees with the right skills to do the job.

Read the report from the All Party Parliamentary Group for London

View the extended web content to accompany the report

Air Quality

Read  our Air Quality briefing

Devolution for London

See two documents on devolution to London prepared by the Greater London Authority and London Councils

Devolution briefing

London Finance Commission - updated charts