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Introduced Application to ICANN by Mayor Boris Johnson. Approved by ICANN in June 2013.
TLD type Generic top-level domain
Status Approved
Registry TBA
Sponsor London
Intended use London residents, institutions, and businesses
Structure TBA
Documents TBA
Dispute policies TBA
Website http://www.dotlondondomains.london

As of 7 June 2013, .london has been approved by ICANN as a city-level top-level domain (TLD) for London. It is expected that the domain will be launched in early 2014. [1]

On 29 April 2014, the domain name has gone on sale for the first time, Metro Bank and Fortnum and Mason have already secured the addresses, with some pages already live. London and Partners, which promotes the city, said that .london would carry a premium because of its exclusivity, It is expected to cost up to £50 annually for each domain name.[2]

See also[edit]

  • .la – TLD for Laos, but marketed as the TLD for Los Angeles
  • .berlin – The proposed TLD for Berlin
  • .nyc – The proposed TLD for New York City


http://blog.names.co.uk/2014/04/london-the-new-dot-on-the-map/ names.co.uk 30 April 2014