The figures below are estimates of jobs that can be directly attributed to listed Mayoral schemes and initiatives by scheme and year.
You have asked for the funding committed to each job creation scheme. In these schemes job creation is only one outcome of programme funding and therefore it is not possible to disaggregate the costs of the job creation schemes.
It has not been possible to provide a borough breakdown of the job outcomes. Postcode information is not routinely collected across all schemes and analysis of this is not currently available where this does exist. It would require significant resources across the GLA Group to collate and analyse this data, which is why it has not been provided here.
The programmes are likely to have a wider impact on job creation, such as through putting in place infrastructure and other foundational arrangements that encourage new businesses to be established and enable existing business to grow.
There are also programmes that support the Mayor’s strategic objectives to promote the right conditions for good growth across the capital and the creation of jobs, not described here.
Job Creation Data Table
TfL Supplier Skills Programme Job Starts
Growing Places Fund (6)
TfL Supplier Skills Programme Apprenticeships
Mayor's Regeneration Fund (7)
TfL Construction Skills Programme
High Streets Fund (8)
Royal Docks (10)
(1) In 2012/19 London and Partners stopped recording jobs created in the leisure/ tourism industry, which accounted for 2000-3000 jobs in previous years' figures. The strategic focus also shifted to high-value jobs, creating fewer but more valuable jobs. (2) LEAP projects will continue to deliver over the coming years, so we also anticipate that further job creation will be reported for LEAP investments as these projects progress and complete. These figures include all LEAP funded programmes- Good Growth Fun, Skills for London Fund and others. This data runs to the end of February 2021. (3) The jobs figure includes data from the 2015/16 financial year, which it is not possible to exclude due to the way it was reported historically (4) The ESF figures run up to June 2020. It is not possible to provide an annual breakdown due to the way that data is reported (5) It is not possible to provide an annual breakdown due to the way that data is reported (6) This data runs to the end of March 2020 (7) This data run to the end of February 2021 (8) This programme ran from 2012 to 2014 (9) The figures for 2020/21 are provisional (10) This figure replaces forecasted data submitted as part of MQ 2020/2468, which stated that 24 jobs were created.