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The Greater London Authority consisting of the Mayor of London and the London Assembly, headquartered in City Hall, has been responsible for strategic local government since 2000.
The Greater London Authority, London Assembly and the directly elected Mayor of London were created in 2000 by the Greater London Authority Act 1999.
In 2000 the outer boundary of the Metropolitan Police District was re-aligned to the Greater London boundary.
In 2000, London-wide government was restored, with the creation of the Greater London Authority ( GLA ) by Tony Blair's government, covering the same area of Greater London.
( 2000 ) Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300 – 1500: East Anglia, Central England and Wales, Volume II.
Since 2000, the Greater London Authority has been the transport authority and the executive agency has been called Transport for London ; ending the 67 year use of the London Transport name.
The Greater London Authority, a replacement authority for the GLC, was set up in 2000 with a transport executive called Transport for London ( TfL ) that took control from 3 July 2000.
TfL was created in 2000 as part of the Greater London Authority by the Greater London Authority Act 1999.
The authority was established in 2000, following a local referendum, and derives most of its powers from the Greater London Authority Act 1999 and the Greater London Authority Act 2007.
Between 2000 and 2006, the Greater Tampa Bay Market experienced a combined growth rate of 14. 8 percent, growing from 3. 4 million to 3. 9 million and hitting the 4 million people mark on April 1, 2007.
Greater Landover was a census-designated place ( CDP ) in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, during the 2000 census.
The last occasion on which a Statutory Instrument was annulled was when, on 22 February 2000, the House of Lords passed a motion to annul the Greater London Authority Elections Rules 2000 ( SI 2000 / 208 ).
Most of these nomadic tribes and wandering pastoralists circa 2000 BC were largely Bronze-Age, Indo-Iranian populations who migrated from the steppes of Central Asia into the Iranian Plateau and Greater Iran from around 1000 BC to 800 BC ( see Indo-Aryan migration ).
The Global Perspective Program was cited by the Association of American Colleges and Universities in 2000, when it named WPI one of 16 Greater Expectations Leadership Institutions to serve as models for the future of undergraduate education in the United States.
The Westway opened in July 1970 as the A40 ( M ) motorway but lost motorway status in 2000 when responsibility for trunk roads in Greater London was transferred from the Highways Agency to the Greater London Authority.
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* Alexander, FM The Universal Constant In Living, Dutton ( New York, 1941 ), Chaterson ( London, 1942 ), later editions 1943, 1946, Centerline Press ( USA, 1941, 1986 ), Mouritz ( UK, 2000 ) ISBN 0-913111-18-X, ISBN 978-0-913111-18-5, ISBN 0-9525574-4-4
They include the Olympics in Barcelona in 1992, Atlanta in 1996, Sydney in 2000, Salt Lake City in 2002, Athens in 2004, Turin in 2006, Beijing in 2008, Vancouver in 2010, and London in 2012.
Tramlink ( originally and sometimes still called Croydon Tramlink ) is a tramway system in south London in the United Kingdom which began operation in May 2000.
The background to this purchase relates to the requirement that TfL ( who took over from London Regional Transport in 2000 ) compensates TCL for the consequences of any changes to the fares and ticketing policy introduced since 1996.
* Coogan, Tim Pat, The IRA ( Fully Revised & Updated ), HarperCollins, London, 2000, ISBN 0-00-653155-5
Fab 5 Freddy and Futura 2000 took hip hop graffiti to Paris and London as part of the New York City Rap Tour in 1983.
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Regulation of telecommunications and broadcasting are the responsibility of the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority ( GRA ), established by means of the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority Act in 2000.
In 2000, the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority issued Ladbrokes, who then operated Gibraltar's biggest call centre, with a licence to establish their own internet services.
The relative severity of various British profanities, as perceived by the public, was studied on behalf of the British Broadcasting Standards Commission, Independent Television Commission, BBC and Advertising Standards Authority ; the results of this jointly commissioned research were published in December 2000 in a paper called " Delete expletives ?".
When Sari Nusseibeh was the representative of the Palestinian Authority in Jerusalem ( circa 2000 ), he called for historic compromises by both Palestinians and Israelis, to secure a permanent and lasting peace.
This 1991 advert prompted more than 800 complaints to the British Advertising Standards Authority during 1991 and was featured in the reference book Guinness World Records 2000 as ' Most Controversial Campaign '.
Another quasi-governmental board, the Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority ( MECA ), was created by city voters in 2000, and is responsible for maintaining the CenturyLink Center Omaha.
That number had climbed to 99 by May 2002 ( with 11 licences surrendered ); the Australian Communications Authority estimated that the benefits to consumers of telecommunications services from competition in 2000 / 1 were between $ 5. 5 billion and $ 12 billion.
Additional expenditures involved in constructing the Northeast Opelika Industrial Park included $ 4. 3 million transferred from the City's general fund to the Opelika Industrial Development Authority ( OIDA ) between 1997 and 2000, a $ 1. 9 million federal industrial park access road grant, $ 2. 5 million from Opelika Water Works Board and the City of Opelika to sewer and water the park, $ 12. 1 million from the Alabama Department of Transportation to construct an interchange.
It is regulated by the Financial Services Authority ( FSA ) under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.
In March 2000 the Strategic Rail Authority decided to reorganise the Valley Lines and Wales & West franchises, both being operated by National Express.
In March 2000 the Strategic Rail Authority announced its intention to relet the franchise from May 2003 with Connex and Govia the shortlisted bidders.
On 24 October 2000 the Strategic Rail Authority announced that Govia had been awarded the franchise and would operate it from May 2003.