London is one of the few cities in the world that can lay claim to having four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These four sites tell the story of a global city and its impact on our world.
Decision 43 COM 7B.94 adopted at the 43rd Session of the World Heritage Committee in Baku 2019 strongly advised “the creation of a joint committee to help coordinate the Management of the World Heritage properties in London”.
As a result the Greater London Authority (GLA) has convened meetings of the various UNESCO World Heritage Site coordinators and other stakeholders in order to coordinate management of the World Heritage properties in the city. The meetings include staff from the GLA, Historic England, The UK National Commission for UNESCO, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, VisitBritain and each of the four London World Heritage Sites.
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