London’s Local Chambers…

London’s Local Chambers is the Capital’s largest business network representing a membership of many thousands of businesses, a database reaching tens of thousands of companies and including the London Chamber of Commerce a Twitter following of over 50,000

London’s Local Chambers brings together the 17 borough based Chambers of Commerce in our capital city

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry which draws members from the whole of the area is also a member.

London’s Local Chambers represents

  • More London Businesses

  • More Smaller Businesses

  • More women in business

  • More BAME business people

  • More local activities and influence

London’s Local Chambers…

…are independent of government and can, therefore, lobby for and represent businesses without any ties with central, regional or local government. We also offer local networking events every month to support business in making new contacts to develop and grow.

All chambers have local priorities but LLC will focus on 4 key themes, reflecting the key issues and concerns for London’s businesses. These are:


…we want to promote good transport infrastructure and will represent our members on developments such as Crossrail 2 and river crossings in East London We will also represent our concerns on parking regulations, to protect the trade within our high streets and other areas of high employment. We will also represent our members on issues set out in the Mayor of London’s transport strategy published in 2018 HERE.

Employment Land

… we want to ensure that London protects employment land and existing workspaces and supports the growth of business in our capital city to ensure there are local jobs for local people.

Barriers to growth

… we will represent our member’s views and lobby for business on issues such as business rates, business revaluations, skills and employment and late payments.

The environment

… we will follow national and London strategies to represent our businesses on issues such as waste, energy, air quality and food.

The Chamber helped me start my business, grow my business and meet a number of contacts that have subsequently become clients. In short, they have been invaluable in my success.
Jane Goddard
Small business owner of The Jam Agency
The local Chamber is a key influencer and voice for business in the Borough, helping to protect the interests of commerce and shape the future, therefore joining the Chamber is one of the best business decisions one could make.
Martin Herbert
Banham Security
Hounslow Chamber of Commerce is an excellent organisation which puts on regular networking lunch meetings and lots of other interesting events and talks throughout the year. It provides a valuable source of training as well as an opportunity to meet people of influence, whether that’s the local councilors, police or businesses of all sizes from around the borough. It’s a great entrée to meet like-minded business owners and find trustworthy suppliers.
Christina Jackson
I have been a member of Kingston Chamber for years and when we formed The Clear Group, the Chamber meetings were a perfect platform to raise the profile of the new company, new name and new offering locally.
Denis Norgan
Director of The Clear Group, New Malden