Keeping our capital working for the UK

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LISTEN: “It is vital that we protect London as a place to work and live”

The Global Resilience Summit took place this week at the QEII Centre. Over 200 delegates heard from key industry figures on advancing the understanding, leadership and benchmarking of resilience in major cities like London.

Sophie Linden, the new deputy mayor for policing and crime, was in discussion with Security and Resilience Network chairman, Sir David Veness, on London’s position in the world as a resilient city, the challenges and opportunities that Brexit is expected to bring, the challenges of managing the policing of the capital, including its preparation to meet a terrorist attack.

LISTEN: It’s vital London remains a resilient city – Sophie Linden, deputy mayor for policing and crime


Community resilience: developing local partnership

London Bridges is a community resilience project, where businesses can come together to discuss resilience and share their experience to help develop micro-communities that can make businesses more resilience.

The project was launched at the Global Resilience Summit. You can find out more about the project here

WATCH: London Bridges

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