London is one of the world’s leading cities, giving the UK a place on the global stage and acting as a gateway to investment across the country. But the capital has a serious housing shortage...
Top Campaigns for 2015/16
A campaign to achieve a step change in housing supply
London needs to be building around 50,000 houses per year and is currently only building about 20,000. We are initiating a campaign setting out the steps needed to achieve this change of scale. In particular, we will lobby ahead of the General Election on changes which the Government can make to help, followed by setting out our expectations ahead of the Mayoral election in 2016.
Global Cities Business Alliance
The Global Cities Business Alliance is a new initiative, created by London First in response to the growing importance of cities to business and the shift of power from the national to the city level. The Alliance provides a unique forum where business and city Leaders come together to define, shape and implement initiatives for improving cities’ performance in the changing global economy.
A business-led economic development plan for London
We’re project managing the creation of an economic development plan for the Mayor and Greater London Authority, working with business, local authorities, the Mayoralty and others via the London Enterprise Panel (LEP). We have appointed consultants to support the process, including conducting a substantial exercise to evaluate and analyse existing data, combined with-in depth consultation with major players on priorities. The output will be a decision framework which will enable those concerned with economic development in London to evaluate the most effective interventions.
The Global Cities Business Alliance is a new initiative, created by London First in response to the growing importance of cities to business and the shift of power from the national to the city level...
Let Britain Fly is the campaign to expand airport capacity in London and the South East to support jobs and growth. The need is urgent: Heathrow is full and Gatwick and Stansted soon will be....