While exact figure is not listed, London New Year's Eve fireworks display is always a big-budget spectacle.
In December 2014, The Guardian reported that London’s increasingly famous New Year’s Eve fireworks display costs £1.8m and lasts just 11 minutes.
This year, the city’s annual fireworks display is deployed beside and from the London Eye and in previous years has drawn crowds of up to 250,000 people. That’s a testament to the event’s quality, but it’s also presented some logistical issues for organisers. From 2014, access to the New Year’s Eve fireworks have been ticketed and only those who purchase a £10 ticket are permitted to view the spectacle from the official viewing platforms at Victoria Embankment and in the surrounding area.
This year's display is also ticketed, and has completely sold out.
Find out [everything you need to know about the London New Year's Eve fireworks display at The Telegraph.
See New Year's Eve Frequently Asked Questions at London City Hall's official website.