Transport for London looking for new partner to sponsor London Cable Car
Transport for London's sponsorship arrangement for what is currently called the Emirates Air Line expires in June 2022. They are now inviting organisations to bid for the rights to sponsor the UK's only urban cable car and make it an even bigger star on the London stage. The deadline for submissions is 18 February 2022. The new deal will be for a minimum of three years.
The cable car is in the heart of one of London’s richest destination zones, linking two world-famous venues – ExCeL London and The O2. This thriving hub has landmark business zones including the Royal Docks which is London's only Enterprise Zone, ExCeL London, Ravensbourne College and the new Design District. It is surrounded by a cluster of bustling food markets, cafés and restaurants, creating a vibrant atmosphere and making it a popular leisure destination.
The new quarter will be completed in 2022 by the Elizabeth line at Custom House and the arrival of London’s political HQ as the Mayor’s Office relocates here, continuing to drive the regeneration of the Peninsula.
Stories from around the docks
Groundwork London and the Royal Docks Team are supporting Newham residents
The Work4All project aims to enable participants to progress into Good Jobs, with a specific focus on green jobs across the Royal Docks and Newham.
Head in the Clouds
Last week marked the start of a new chapter for London’s only Cable Car, with IFS taking over from the airline Emirates in a sponsorship deal that will see the Cable Car terminals rebranded as IFS Cloud Royal Docks and IFS Cloud Greenwich Peninsula.
Atlantic Pacific sets up home in the Royal Docks
Atlantic Pacific, an international charity that offers lifeboat and water rescue solutions is making a new home for itself in the Royal Docks. Work has already begun on its base, located next to the Royal Docks Water Sports Centre, with plans for them to be up and running by the end of October.