London First's working group of business leaders, chaired by former Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis, was set up to examine the case for a new rail link beneath central London. This interim report sets out the initial conclusions on the need for Crossrail 2 and identifies a number of key principles that should underpin further work.
London First response to the GLA's Land for Industry and Transport Draft Supplementary Planning Guidance consultation.
London First submission to the Transport Select Committee Inquiry on Reforms of the Railways. This was submitted to the Treasury Select Committee on 18 April 2012 and was accepted as evidence on 25 April 2012.
Speech by Baroness Jo Valentine: A New Strategy for UK Aviation – The Case for New Hub Capacity, given at the Transport Times Aviation Conference on 18 April 2012.
London First submission to the Department for Communities and Local Government's Review of the Barriers to Institutional Investment in Private Rented Homes
This report, commissioned by London First in conjunction with the City of London and City Property Association looks at the long-standing concerns from developers about the challenge of securing a reliable and timely connection to the electricity network for new projects, particularly in the City and the West End where there is often little spare capacity.
London First response to The Revised London Housing Strategy Consultation
London First submission to the Transport for London River Crossings Consultation
London is a world city, founded and built on trade. Here, we set out the six priorities for the next Mayor of London that will help ensure London remains competitive as a world city.
London is a world city, founded and built on trade. Here, we set out in more detail the further steps London’s businesses would like to see the next Mayor of London take over the next four years.