Local London > What we do > Programmes


Local London manages major programmes on behalf of our nine member authorities which are worth around £91 million in total. These programmes address issues that are relevant to multiple boroughs and create economies of scale. They have either been devolved to Local London from Government, GLA or the European Union, or allocated to Local London following successful bids.

Local London is constantly monitoring opportunities and the needs of our sub-region to identify where future funding bids should be made.

  • SME E-business programme

    Local London’s E-business programme provides free face-to-face support and advice for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). By learning how to make best use of digital technology, businesses are harnessing the power of online marketing and streamlining processes to grow their businesses. Local businesses are signing up and seeing their…

  • Careers Hub

    Our Careers Hub team work with mainstream and special needs secondary schools, colleges and pupil referral units (PRU) to enhance careers programmes and to ensure every young person in our part of London gets the best careers education and experience to enable them to make their best next steps at…

  • Digital investment programme

    Our digital investment programme puts cable connections into our public buildings to improve wi-fi connectivity.

  • Integration Hub

    What is the Local London Integration Hub?  As part of the Mayor of London’s ‘No Wrong Door’ initiative, Local London’s Integration Hub team bring together employment services, employers and residents looking for work, apprentice/traineeships or training opportunities. Our team work face-to-face with job centre staff and…

  • Works

    One of our portfolio of employment support, Local London Works supported unemployed and economically inactive residents into work. Funding ended in December 2023. People who have already started on the programme continue to be supported, however the programme is no longer taking on new starters. Local London Works is an…

  • JETS – Job Entry Targeted Scheme

    The JETS scheme, which was part of the DWP Work and Health Programme started in mid-October 2020 as part of the Government response to the significant increase in unemployment due to the pandemic. Local London received £10M funding due to the huge increases in universal credit claims in our sub-region.

  • Work and Health Programme Pioneer

    Launched on 13 September, Work and Health Programme Pioneer is latest phase of Universal Support. This £53 million Government-funded support provides specialist employment support for people in Wales, London and Southern Region who are looking for work. Local London Work and Health Programme Pioneer, is designed to provide support to…