London Development Agency
The London Development Agency (LDA) was formed in 2000 after the set up of the Greater London Authority (GLA), along with a prelude of devolved governance for London was closed on March 31, 2012. This agency was created to bring sustainable economic development within the capital. However, due to the coalition government’s expenditure review, the London Development Agency (LDA) was shut down. After the closure, Greater London Authority (GLA) had taken over not only some of the functions of the LDA, but also acquired its assets and liabilities. The programs that were taken over by the GLA were Think London, Study London, Visit London and a few others.
Update: This agency has been closed and is no more operational.
Visit: London Development Agency Website
Facilities & Services:
The main facilities and services which London Development Agency used to provide were:
- Getting the British capital working
- Supporting businesses in the capital
- Constructing better sites in London
- Making investment to reduce carbon from the capital.
- Planning to get the best out of the Paralympics Games and 2012 Olympic
- Promoting British capital in the entire globe
The London Development Agency used to work under a board whose members were appointed by the Mayor of the city:
Chairman of LDA
Board Members of LDA
The normal opening hours of the London Development Agency are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
How to Contact:
The London Development Agency can be contacted either by calling them or sending an email on the information provided under.
Phone: +44 20 7593 8000
Palestra House, 197 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8AA, United Kingdom.
How to Get to London Development Agency:
Southwark tube station is just 52 ft away from the office of the London Development Agency. Visitors could easily make to the LDA office on foot from this London Underground station in more or less 11 seconds by heading in the south course on Blackfriars Road/A201 towards The Cut/B300 from the Southwark tube station. View Map
The London Development Agency was not too far from the bus stop called Southwark (Stop SB). This bus stop is 82 ft away from the building of LDA and visitors used to cover this distance in roughly 18 seconds on foot. The direction from this bus stop will be south in order to get to the workplace of LDA on Blackfriars Road/A201 towards The Cut/B300. Bus numbers that can get you to Southwark (Stop SB) are 45, 63, 100, N63 and N89.