Promoting London in the interests of all its people, places and businesses as a global city and powerhouse of the economy
The APPG for London is a forum for MPs and Peers to work together on a cross-party basis to strengthen the capital's voice in Parliament. The group’s purpose is to promote the capital in the interests of all Londoners.
London Councils 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 in and affected by the issues being discussed. If you wish to attend, please contact the APPG secretariat team.
2019 programme of events
London's HIV challenge - 29 April
HIV remains a major public health challenge in the capital. With London set to host Fast-Track Cities 2019 (the first international gathering of cities accelerating their responses to HIV) in September, this APPG for London meeting is a timely opportunity to consider the capital's HIV challenge and the policies needed to help end HIV altogether.
- Professor Jane Anderson, Chair of the National AIDS Trust and Co-Chair of the Fast-Track Cities Initiative
- Paul Steinberg, Lead Commissioner of the London HIV Prevention Programme
- Dr Renee West, Development Manager, GMI Partnership
The meeting will take place in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House, 3.30-4.30pm on Monday 29 April.
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Brexit and London's businesses - 11 February
This meeting focused on the implications of leaving the EU for businesses in the capital. Guest speakers from three key business sectors shared their perspectives.
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Civil Society Strategy consultation response
The APPG responded to the Government’s civil society strategy consultation.
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.
Devolution for London
See two documents on devolution to London prepared by the Greater London Authority and London Councils
Contact the APPG secretariat
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