News, views and updates from LCCI
Mayor Sadiq Khan has echoed calls by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the Government to allow councils more power to borrow money to build new homes and help solve the housing crisis. The calls come ahead of the autumn budget in which Theresa may hinted at policies to “build more houses, more quickly”.
The seller's market for City jobs is proving to be problematic for employers already struggling with skills shortages, according to Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The government must look again at the impact stamp duty is having on London's property market and consider rolling it back, London's biggest business group has said.
On Thursday 26 October, Sir Keir Starmer MP addressed London Chamber of Commerce and Industry patron members over lunch at Sexy Fish Restaurant.
An overwhelming majority of London business have said that they support Mayor Sadiq Khan’s policy of requiring all London taxi drivers to take an English test.
The influence blog is a monthly update on LCCI’s work acting as the voice of London businesses.
A monthly update on LCCI’s work acting as the voice of London businesses.
At the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Property and Construction Group, Colin Stanbridge was the moderator when Tony Pidgley CBE, Chairman of the Berkeley group and LCCI President, went head-to-head with Councillor Darren Rodwell, Leader of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
Forget notions about a ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Brexit, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) members are calling for a pragmatic Brexit, which at its heart places emphasis on maintaining the capital’s competitiveness, now and into the future.
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has been clear from the outset that for any deal on a ‘post-Brexit Europe’ to succeed, the ‘will of business’ must be reflected.