The focus of much of our work this year will be our two principal campaign priorities – business-friendly immigration policies and increased aviation capacity.
Policies that enable the best and brightest to work and study in London.
Air links for a world city
British businesses are able to trade with growing markets around the world, supporting international competitiveness and growth.
In addition to our campaign priorities, we will continue to work on a wide range of issues affecting London’s competitiveness.
These issues include
- Delivering world-class infrastructure
- Economic policies that support competitiveness
- London as a global talent hub
London First Business Plan 2012
You can find out more about our campaign priorities and wider work programme in our 2012 Business Plan.
London’s critical mass of talented people from around the globe is a major competitive advantage. Uncertainty in the business environment, specifically with respect to immigration policy, tax and...
London has been a beacon of economic success in the last 10 to 15 years. Our businesses, led by the financial services sector, have gone head-to-head with the world’s best. But over the past few...
An effective infrastructure network is essential to London’s, and the UK’s, continued competitiveness and future economic growth, yet much of the capital’s infrastructure is ageing, heavily...
An effective infrastructure network is essential to London’s, and the UK’s, continued competitiveness and future economic growth yet much of the capital’s infrastructure is ageing, heavily...
London First works to improve planning policy and decision making. The Greater London Authority (GLA) forecasts that by 2031 there will be up to 1.3 million more people in the capital. London needs...
The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games were a tremendous opportunity to promote London as a destination for leisure and business tourism, foreign direct investment, and as a place to study. London...