Through the use of statutory powers and by working in partnership with others, we aim to achieve real improvements in the quality of life within the borough. This includes reducing waste, pollution and the amount of traffic on the borough's roads.
All boroughs are required by statute to produce a Local Implementation Plan (LIP) to show how they will contribute to delivering the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy, specifically in relation to the priorities identified.
Service Delivery Plan
The Transport, Environment and Leisure Services (TELS) Service Delivery Plan 2009/12 showed the main services and projects that the business group aimed to deliver for the period.
- 2009/12 Service Delivery Plan [PDF file] (warning: large file size 1.9Mb)
- Addendum to Service Delivery Plan - audit plan [PDF] (file size 63Kb)
- Service Delivery Plan 2010 update [PDF] (file size 218Kb)
- Annex A Lead Officers [PDF] (file size 13Kb)
- Annex B TELS Forward Procurement Plan [PDF] (file size 83.2Kb)
- Annex C TELS Key Risks 2010 [PDF] (file size 71.1Kb)
- Annex D Performance Indicators [PDF] (file size 64.2Kb)
- Annex E TELS Final Audit Plan [PDF] (file size 91.3Kb)
- Annex F Revenue Budget [PDF] (file size 136Kb)
- Annex G Capital Summary 1011 [PDF] (file size 106Kb)
- Annex H Value for Money [PDF] (file size 84.2Kb)
Tourism and the Royal Borough
With the Royal Borough being home to some of the country’s most popular tourist attractions, visitors bring a huge boost to the local economy. Our Visitor Strategy sets out how we can capitalise on the benefits tourism brings for business while considering its impact on residents.
- Visitor strategy 2009-2020 [PDF] (file size 87Kb)
- Study of the Visitor Economy [PDF] (warning: large file size 2Mb)