Newly re-elected London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has announced plans for the biggest domestic tourism campaign the capital has ever seen.
The plans are designed to help the economy get back on its feet as Covid-19 restrictions are eased.
In a speech this morning, Khan confirmed an immediate priority will be the new ‘Let’s Do London’ campaign, which is being created in partnership with the city’s hospitality, culture and retail industries.
The flagship campaign to encourage Londoners and visitors back into central London will include a programme of one-off special events created in partnership with London’s best-known cultural institutions and tourism attractions.
It will kick off later this month with the capital’s famous chefs, foodies and hospitality venues coming together to promote and celebrate London’s world-class food offer.
There will be new exciting public art installations to attract people back into London from this month.
David Hockney, one of the UK’s most influential living artists, has redesigned TfL’s iconic roundel ‘Hockney Circus’ in a special artwork as part of a takeover of Piccadilly Circus Station, starting today.
Turning central London into a huge outdoor art gallery, award winning London designer Yinka…