LCCI urges London-bound rail services move to TfL
Following the news that Transport Secretary CHris Grayling MP has decided not to hand over the running of suburban rail services to TfL, LCCI has said that the move is a backward step.
Chancellor Hammond moves London in right direction
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that London will receive £3.15 billion as its share of national housing budget to deliver more than 90,000 homes.
London - most powerful global city
London has been named as the world's leading global city for business, innovation and culture for the fifth consecutive year according to a report released last month by the Mori Memorial Foundation's Urban Strategies Institute.
More than four in five London Businesses say increased investment in infrastructure is important for a UK economy in the period between the referendum and the start of Brexit negotiations.
Night tube comes to London
The Night Tube is expected to support around 2,000 permanent jobs in London's night-time economy, which will be boosted by around £77 million a year.
London Business Agenda for Brexit
LCCI will be working over the summer to probe London business views and will be setting up a help desk to inform and advise members on the practical aspects of doing business in the new environment.
New Mayor urged to deliver for all Londoners
LCCI Chief Executive Colin Stanbridge congratulates Sadiq Khan after his mayoral victory but pledged to keep to his promise to "work tirelessly" for the best interests of London businesses.
How the next Mayor can help London businesses to thrive
Housing, skills and digital connections should all be high on the new mayor's agenga to ensure London remains a great place for business.
London makes its mark at Cannes
Tony Pidgley CBE, LCCI President and Berkeley Group Chairman, leads LCCI team at MIPIM, Europe's largest property exhibition.
LCCI in the News
The countdown has begun in the London Mayoral Election race and LCCI has been sent on the front-footing setting out its Mayoral agenda for business.