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The London workforce needs a huge boost to its digital ability to ensure it has the skills it needs according a new survey from London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Commenting on the news that Transport for London (TfL) has today been granted a Development Consent Order (DCO) by the Department for Transport (DfT) to deliver the Silvertown Tunnel, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Colin Stanbridge said: “To know that the Silvertown Tunnel will finally go ahead is a cause for celebration and relief.
Commenting on the recent local elections Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Colin Stanbridge said: "We congratulate and wish good luck to all those who have won or retained their seats".
The Government and the Mayor of London must work harder to help businesses access overseas trade after Brexit a leading London Business group said today.
A majority of businesses say that building new homes on poor quality, disused or derelict green belt land (67%) would be effective in helping to address London’s housing needs according to a major new research published today.
Businesses urgently need practical help to ensure continued growth in a wide range of areas including infrastructure, skills, planning and Brexit following the findings of a new economic survey released today.
British firms may need a transition period of up to five years in order to properly prepare for Brexit an alliance of three chambers of commerce warned today.
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has warned that the Mayor of London must fully grasp the challenge of London’s skills shortage and promote new trade opportunities to safeguard London’s economy.
As many of the capital’s property and construction sector gather at MIPIM, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has urged Mayor Sadiq Khan to use his emerging New London Plan to improve the resilience of London.
Leading business organisation London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has warned that the new Ultra Low Emission Zone could risk putting firms, especially SMEs, out of business.