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TfL to review advisers in wake of combination with Greater London Authority legal team
Transport for London (TfL) has launched its first panel review in five years, with the new roster to include work for the Greater London Authority (GLA), which now sits within TfL’s remit. The review, which is expected to conclude later this year, marks TfL’s first panel exercise since 2007, when the public transport company appointed a 12-strong line-up covering major projects and mainstream work.
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First TfL panel shake-up since 2007 to offer broader London remit
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