London is undoubtedly a great place in which to work and live. The UK capital is a global hub for business and culture, attracting a growing number of commercial headquarters and strong inward investment.
London’s businesses and public have said that allowing London to set its own immigration targets (for people with key skills) is the most important thing to keep the capital successful post-Brexit, whilst tackling knife crime should be the capital’s highest priority after Brexit. The polling, released last month by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
As councils across London met last month to set their council tax levels for the first financial year ahead, polling released by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry showed that three in five London business leaders think that allowing local government to have greater control over tax levels would have a positive impact on the
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) latest economic survey has highlighted the loss of confidence in the London and UK economy amongst the capital’s businesses. The government, London’s Mayor, and the Mayoral election candidates have been urged by the Chamber to urgently act upon the findings. The Capital 500 Quarterly Economic Survey for the last quarter
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 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