Research and publications

As well as ensuring we achieve our policy objectives through interaction and engagement with national, regional and local policy-makers and relevant stakeholders, we undertake our own in-house research and produce regular policy briefings on topical issues.

LCCI research can cover any issue of relevance to London business (including skills, immigration, housing, transport infrastructure and exports) and is characterised by its independence and solutions-focused approach. As the capital's most representative business membership organisation, our survey-based research is unique in being truly led by industry.

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  • Test report

    November 2021

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  • London Quarterly Skills Survey

    November 2021

    Our latest survey monitores how businesses’ skills needs are changing, in order to properly inform policymakers, training and education providers, and workers about where the gaps are.Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 507 London business leaders between 23 July and 16 September 2021.

  • London Business 1000

    November 2021

    The research provides insights into employers’ recruitment plans and their skills needs as they deal with the impacts of COVID-19 and Brexit. Thisreport also provides insights into businesses approach to delivering a more environmentally sustainable economy. YouGov surveyed 1,276 London business decision-makers online between 22nd July and 12th September 2021.

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  • London Quarterly Skills Survey

    July 2021

    The aim of this new survey is to map the skills needs of London companies, and the methods they are using to meet those needs. Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 520 London business leaders between 28 April to 6 June 2021. 

  • Capital 500: London Quarterly Economic Survey, Q1 2021

    April 2021

    Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 500 London business leaders between 4 February and 16 March 2021. All data were weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector. 

  • Capital 500: London Quarterly Economic Survey, Q4 2020

    January 2021

    Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 507 London business leaders
    between 6 November and 6 December 2020. All data were weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector.

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  • Capital 500: London Quarterly Economic Survey, Q1 2020

    April 2020

    Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 509 London business leaders between 4 February and 10 March 2020. All data were weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector. 

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  • More Capital – Working for the UK

    February 2020

    The four-year period of the next Mayoralty and Assembly must see important decisions taken so that London can maximise opportunities and address challenges in the decade ahead. A decade that begins with the UK poised to move through Brexit, and end with the capital forecast to have 10 million citizens.

  • Capital 500: London Quarterly Economic Survey, Q4 2019

    January 2020

    Savanta ComRes surveyed a total of 508 London business leaders between 30 October and 26 November 2019. All data were weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector.

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  • London Business 1000: London's local business survey

    October 2019

    This year’s survey provides an update on businesses’ approaches to recruitment and the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy. ComRes interviewed 1,000 London business decision-makers by telephone between 14 May and 14 June 2019

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