Using Our Logo
Where you can use our logo
You can use the Trust logo to acknowledge our funding on your website, publications and materials.
Size and alignment
The logo can be enlarged, but should not be used smaller than the minimum reproduction size (specified in our logo guidance document. The preferred size for the logo on most A4 documents is 4.52cm wide x 1.96cm high (the logo will import at the preferred size in most applicatiions). The Trust for London logo should be placed in the top right hand corner with 13mm margins between the top and right hand side of the page and the logo. It should not be distorted or rearranged in any way.
Tip: to resize items and retain correct proportions in most layout applications import the item into a picture or bounding box and drag a corner handle of the box holding
How to use our logo
When you are producing promotional materials which include our logo, please refer to our logo guidance document. The Trust for London Logo uses Pantone 307 as it’s main colour with black text. The full colour version of the logo should be used wherever possible. Alternative versions in black and reversed (white) are available below.
Please read the logo guidance document for reference. They are also available in a wide variety of formats from the publications team at Trust for London. If you require further guidance please contact us.
From our Twitter
NEW REPORT Living on Different Incomes in #London : Can public consensus identify a #RichesLine ? w/ @CASE_LSE @lborouniversity @UoBCHASM The public identify 5 levels of living standards but struggle to reach a consensus on excessive wealth Read more: http://bit.ly/2uz2qiE pic.twitter.com/fFWfu9HBfq14 Feb 2020
"What I fear is being missed from the current debate about inequality & how to 'level up' Britain is that some of the starkest divides are to be found not between regions but within them” @JimMooreJourno London can't be forgotten in the inequality debate http://bit.ly/2waCxG627 Feb 2020
“We need to construct a new narrative; one that reflects the reality of people’s lives...that starts from the premise that all of us have the right to live with dignity & without impoverishment” Great @maryohara1 piece on changing the poverty narrative http://bit.ly/32uBKfn27 Feb 2020
We’ve reached record high employment, but we need to do more to support progression says @mimsdavies at #HousingLearningWork . Check out @LearnWorkUK & @trustforlondon ’s Better Work Network which focuses on job quality and progression https://www.learningandwork.org.uk/our-work/work-and-careers/better-work-network/ …27 Feb 2020
This am our CEO @bharatmehta18 will be speaking at the #HousingLearningWork Conference from @LearnWorkUK & @CsthatWork on tackling the employment & earnings gap The session will discuss gov priorities, initiatives to help tenants access work, collaborations with employers & more pic.twitter.com/Hr8vgAg6v827 Feb 2020