27 March 2019 8:15am – 9:30am

London First Chairman's breakfast with Paul Drechsler CBE

Invitation only
These informal breakfast roundtables provide senior business leaders in membership with the opportunity to give and take on current trends and the key challenges they face in the Capital and the rest of the UK. This year’s events will focus on London First’s Next Horizon project which aims to understand how we can keep London at the top of its game following our exit from the European Union. All members are encouraged to send a CEO, Chair or equivalent leader so that we can gather as broad and diverse set of views.

Hosted by Mastercard

3 April 2019 6:00pm – 8:30pm

Million Homes

Invitation only
In October 2018, Chancellor Philip Hammond gave the go ahead for plans for up to one million new homes being built between Oxford and Cambridge by 2050 to boost it as a world-leading economic place’. 

Hosted by AECOM

4 April 2019 9:00am – 10:30am

Partner roundtable with the Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party

Partner only event
Invitation only

Partners are invited to join us for a roundtable breakfast with the Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party and Minister without Portfolio.

The breakfast will give Partners an insight into the workings of the Cabinet Office at this critical time, as well as an opportunity to get his perspective on Brexit, immigration and housing.

Hosted by Grant Thornton

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Everything you need to know about build to rent in London — second edition

This report – the second edition – provides an updated overview of why build to rent is relevant to housing in London, the benefits it can bring, and an explanation of key issues that boroughs need to consider when thinking about build to rent in their local areas.

Business Brexit Survey

Our Business Brexit Survey, finds that out of 850 senior business leaders, only 2 in 5 businesses feel well prepared for Brexit. 

Global Britain — A fair and managed immigration system fit for the post-Brexit economy

Global Britain- a fair and managed immigration system fit for the post-Brexit economy. A London First and PwC report.

Hard Choices — How much should the nation spend on building new homes?

A £20 billion brick wall’ stands in the way of the government’s ambition to deliver its promise of building 300,000 homes a year in England, according to a new report for London First by leading economics consultancy Volterra.

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