London's myriad of museums
The capital’s museums and galleries reflect the rich history of London and that of Britain as a global trading power, a leading player in scientific discovery and the birthplace of the industrial revolution, as well as a social, cultural and artistic centre.
Excitement builds for Dubai Expo 2020
Generating excitement locally were preparations for Expo 2020, scheduled to run from October next year to April 2021, and straplined: Connecting minds, creating the future.
Living the Olympic legacy
London's focus on the legacy of the 2012 Olympics and inspiration for a future generation were the key reasons why the city was originally awarded the games.
Khan Talks Business
The Mayor praised LCCI for representing the voice of London business, locally and nationally, and applauded the role of businesses across the capital for the jobs and growth to create.
London named top global city
While the index reflects cities’ current performance, the Outlook reveals which cities are primed to be the next generation of global hubs by assessing four metrics: personal wellbeing, economics, innovation, and governance.
Who's who in the Parliament Square
The Cisco Productivity Index has found that the UK could add £140 billion in GDPR, growing its economy by 7.5 per cent, if all UK boroughs achieved their benchmark productivity levels.
London City Airport
The step - change comes as the airport continues to grow and appeals to a changing mix of passangers, particularly leisure travellers and East Londoners, joining the established business traveller base.
Behind the scenes at MIPIM
With over 24,000 participants from over 100 countries, MIPIM attracted the most influential international property players from the office, residential, logistics and industrial sectors.
Countdown to Brexit.
As councils across London met last month to set their council tax levels for the financial year ahead, polling released by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) showed that three in five London business leaders think that allowing local goverment to have greater control over tax levels would have a positive impact on the capital's ability to meet its infrastructure needs, including housing and transport.
How the City skyline will look in 2026
Last month the City of London Corporation released fascinating, updated images of how its City Cluster skyline will look in 2026.