Just one month in and already 2021 has been filled with climate change-related news. The Prince of Wales recently launched his Terra Carta, building on his Sustainable Markets Initiative launched last year.
Earlier this summer over 150 LCCI members attended an ‘in conversation’ event with Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London. In a packed City Hall chamber – the same space where the monthly Question Time is held with the London Assembly– the Mayor outlined his priorities for the capital.
More than half of London companies have business space concerns, according to a recent poll carried out by ComRes for London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI). The survey found that 55 per cent of London’s firms are worried about business space – matching the figure recorded in last year’s survey. The most frequently cited concern
LCCI has warned that the absence of detail from ministers on key Brexit requirements for business will see the UK miss out on new economic opportunities. Publishing a new report: Two years on from the Referendum: What London businesses need from Brexit, the Chamber has warned that government is failing businesses in several areas –
Statistics show that London’s population has risen in the last 20 years by 25 per cent (1.7 million), with job growth at 40 per cent (1.6 million). Over the same period housing supply has lagged, growing at only 15 per cent. It is no surprise then, that the lack of housing supply is impacting negatively
Action must now be taken to strengthen the foundations of the capital’s economy and boost confidence amongst its businesses. This was demonstrated by the latest LCCI Capital 500 Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) results which were released last month at GVA’s Gresham Street offices. The survey, based on a representative sample of more than 500 London
Mapping of data has come a long way since 1854 when Dr John Snow plotted locations of cholera cases on a map during an outbreak of the disease in Soho. This comparatively simple act enabled Dr Snow to better understand his data and draw the correct conclusions, thus contributing to a new understanding of the
Last November Mayor Sadiq Khan published the draft London Plan – the document that sets out the strategic framework for how the capital will develop over the coming decades. In response to a consultation on the plan, the LCCI published its latest report Brown for Blue: Land to house London’s emergency workers. Blue light housing
Last month two highly influential organisations in the capital announced new women in business leaders. The City of London Corporation’s policy chairman, succeeding Mark Boleat, is Catherine McGuinness who assumes the role after serving 20 years as an elected member, latterly as deputy chairman. Across the river at London & Partners Laura Citron was announced
LCCI in partnership with leading polling agency ComRes have released the Capital 500 Quarterly Economic Survey for the first quarter of this year. The survey, taken before the triggering of Article 50 and the announcement of the June election, found that although businesses reported an increase in confidence and outlook for the year ahead there