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We can provide comment on London business issues and offer member case studies from a range of business sectors.

For all media enquiries, or to arrange a media interview during office hours, contact the press team on +44 (0)20 7203 1897 or press@londonchamber.co.uk

For urgent enquiries out of office hours, you can contact the team on phone +44 (0)78 2724 1528

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  • LCCI reaction to Miliband speech

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 1st July 2014

    Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has commented on today's speech by Ed Miliband and the final report of the Adonis Review. 

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  • Inspirational vision to 'Bridge East London'

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Monday 30th June 2014

    On the 120th anniversary of the completion of Tower Bridge, a stunning image of the future for east and south east London was unveiled today with an exciting vision for a new bridge that would help transform leisure and business travel, and enhance life in the east of the capital.

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  • For Britain to remain in the EU, Brussels must be relevant to business

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 26th June 2014

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is calling on all party leaders to work with London business to shape the UK's future in the European Union (EU).  

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  • Boris and George are right - let's get London building

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Friday 13th June 2014

     Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Colin Stanbridge has reacted to this morning's launch of the new 'Housing Zones' scheme by Mayor Boris Johnson and Chancellor George Osborne.

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  • Queen's Speech: Ambition is the right one

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 4th June 2014

    Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has given his reaction to the Queen's Speech announced today,

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  • Housing crisis threatens London's future business prospects

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Monday 12th May 2014

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)'s report "Getting our house in order: the impact of housing undersupply on London businesses"  argues that rather than there being a shortage of brownfield sites within London suitable for housing, too little brownfield is in the hands of developers who are willing and able to build. 

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  • LCCI comment on threatened Tube Strikes

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Friday 25th April 2014

    Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has commented on the series of tube strikes planned for the coming weeks.

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  • Starbucks European HQ move to UK is boost for London

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 16th April 2014

    Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has commented on Starbucks' announcement that it would be locating its regional headquarters of its European Middle East and Africa business from Amsterdam to London. 

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  • LCCI response to Miliband speech announcing greater city powers

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 8th April 2014

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) gives a broad welcome to the announcement that Labour would intends to devolve more powers to English cities. 

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  • LCCI survey shows London business confidence at all-time high

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Monday 7th April 2014

    A survey of London businesses has revealed that they are feeling more confident about the future than ever before - with two thirds (66%) expecting an improvement in their companie's performance over the coming year.

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