Welcome to the West London Alliance

The West London Alliance (WLA) is a partnership of six West London councils - Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon and Hounslow.

 

These councils serve a population of 1.8 million people and have a joint annual expenditure of £3.8bn a year. There are over 77,000 VAT registered business and nearly 700,000 employees active in this West London area.

 

The WLA aims to: promote the interests of West London residents and businesses; improve and develop public services; and to reduce their costs through collaboration. In addition to representing the interests of West London in terms of economic development, transport and spatial planning policy, the WLA facilitates a number of major improvement and efficiency programmes.

 

The WLA is also a founder member of the West London Partnership (WLP) which brings together the public, private and voluntary sectors in West London to promote the economic, social and environmental interests of West London businesses and residents.

 

This website provides an information resource about the WLA and West London for stakeholders, partners and interested West London residents and businesses.


Recent news
West London Alliance Annual Report 2013-2014
11/08/2014
The West London Alliance (WLA) Annual Report for 2013/14 has now been published.

Transformation Challenge Award Success
07/08/2014
West London boroughs have been encouraged to submit full business cases for projects supporting their vision for West London Growth, Jobs and Skills.

London Growth Deal - Mental Health and Employment Integration Trailblazer
07/07/2014
This week's London Growth Deal announcement includes a commitment from the LEP and Government departments to work with local partners to help integrate services to assist people suffering from mental health problems into work.

Call for sites for waste use
05/06/2014
The Boroughs are issuing a call for sites, inviting landowners, agents, waste companies and other parties to nominate sites within North London for possible future waste management use