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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.
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Greater and London
These were reorganised further when Greater London was formed out of Middlesex and the County of London in 1965.
The situation was greatly complicated by the large number of landowners involved: the PLA, the Greater London Council ( GLC ), the British Gas Corporation, five borough councils, British Rail and the Central Electricity Generating Board.
The ceremonial county created at the same time, and used for the purposes of the Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, does not include the City of London.
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 term Greater London was in use before 1965 to refer to a variously defined area, larger than the County of London and often similar to the Metropolitan Police District.
Outside the limited boundaries of the old city, a variety of arrangements have governed the wider area since 1855, culminating with the creation of the Greater London administrative area in 1965.
The term Greater London was used well before 1965, particularly to refer to the area covered by the Metropolitan Police District ( such as in the 1901 census ), the area of the Metropolitan Water Board ( favoured by the London County Council for statistics ), the London Passenger Transport Area and the area defined by the Registrar General as the Greater London Conurbation.
Greater and Authority
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, 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.
Neither the Conditions of Carriage nor Schedule 17 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999, which states how and when penalty fares can be issued, allow the issue of a penalty fare to a traveller who had already paid the correct fare for their journey.
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.
Despite a report by the Greater London Authority in support of continued use, the railway was closed in the early hours of 31 May 2003.
Such systems, or variations of them, are used in parts of the United Kingdom ( the Greater London Authority, the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly ), Germany, Lesotho, Mexico, Bolivia and New Zealand.
TfL was created in 2000 as part of the Greater London Authority by the Greater London Authority Act 1999.
The Greater London Authority ( GLA ) is the top-tier administrative body for Greater London, England.
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.
The Greater London Authority is mostly funded by direct government grant and it is also a precepting authority, with some money collected with local Council Tax.
Greater and replacement
On July 24, 2009, seven residents of Greater Victoria were named to the Johnson Street Bridge Citizen Advisory Committee and City Council awarded the Owner's Representative contract to MMM Group Limited to project manage the replacement of the 85-year-old bascule bridge.
Greater and authority
A referendum held in 1998, established public will to create a strategic authority for Greater London.
The Greater London Council was the transport authority from 1 January 1970 to 28 June 1984 and the executive agency was called the London Transport Executive.
In the United States commercial airports are generally operated directly by government entities or government-created airport authorities ( also known as port authorities ), such as the Los Angeles World Airports authority that oversees several airports in the Greater Los Angeles area, including Los Angeles International Airport.
The authority was established to replace a range of joint boards and quangos and provided an elected upper tier of local government in London for the first time since the abolition of the Greater London Council in 1986.
Greater Nicosia is subdivided into nine municipalities, but the metropolitan authority is the Municipality of Nicosia itself – within whose boundaries the Constitution states that the main government buildings and headquarters must be situated.
** London boroughs, the local authority areas ( excepting the City of London ) created or continued in being from 1965 to form ( along with the City of London ) the county of Greater London and which remain forming the current region
** Outer London describing the remaining area surrounding Inner London although of less certain meaning in contexts not related to the current Greater London authority
GLC councillors elected for areas within the former County of London became ex officio members of the new Inner London Education Authority, which took over the LCC responsibility for education ; in Outer London, which was the rest of Greater London, the various London boroughs each became a local education authority, akin to a county council or county borough in the rest of England.
This authority combined with the municipal boroughs of Ealing and Southall to form the London Borough of Ealing, within Greater London in 1965.
Greater social and economic mobility allowed them to flout their authority to a much greater extent than had traditionally been possible.
That end of town is also served by a regional transit authority, the Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority ( GATRA ).
He started his victory speech with " As I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted 14 years ago ", making it clear he saw the London Assembly as a recreation of a similar London wide authority to that of the Greater London Council, which he had led before it was abolished in the 1980s.
In addition to Silesia, he received the central Seniorate Province, stretching from Lesser Poland at Kraków to eastern Greater Poland and western Kuyavia, as well as the authority over the Pomerelian lands at Gdańsk on the Baltic Sea.
In 1247 Przemysł I was forced by the local knights to give his brother Bolesław the district of Kalisz as a separated Duchy, but in foreign policy he retained the full authority over Greater Poland.
In the United Kingdom, the name hackney carriage today refers to a taxicab licensed by the Public Carriage Office in Greater London or by the local authority ( non-metropolitan district councils or unitary authorities ) in other parts of Great Britain, or by the Department of the Environment in Northern Ireland.
Greater devolution within CFP decision-making may therefore silence the voice of the fisheries industry as it competes with other state, private and civil actors to whom authority is also granted.
Similarly, a mismatch between the Strathclyde ZoneCard and local authority boundaries has resulted in the portion of Ralston east of Penilee Road in the Greater Glasgow ' G3 ' zone, with the rest of the district in the more appropriate Renfrewshire ' R1 ' zone.
The Commissioner is regarded as the leading police officer in the United Kingdom, despite the fact that his authority is generally confined to the Metropolitan Police Service's area of operation, Greater London.