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Connected, Liveable London

The Connected, Liveable London Committee seeks to provide thought leadership and positively influence stakeholders on the need for more connected and coordinated planning and transport systems necessary for the future development of London. Its work includes pressing for London’s development as a leading world city in sustainable transport and planning.

The group brings together professionals from the construction, property and transport sectors to enable networking and collaborations.

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Connected, Liveable London Committee Members

The Committee, chaired by Natalie Chapman of Logistics UK, seeks to influence stakeholders on the need for more connected and coordinated planning and transport systems. The workstream for 2022 includes preparing a business owners guide to planning, responding to government consultations, informing members of industry developments and publishing a piece on design and placemaking.


Connected, Liveable London Updates and Events

Briefing with the Rt Hon Mark Harper MP, Secretary of State for Transport

On Tuesday 26 March 2024, LCCI was pleased to welcome the Rt Hon Mark Harper MP to a briefing with members. London is home to one of the most expansive and diversified transport networks in the world, which supports its standing as the foremost global business destination. The event offered an important opportunity to hear about the work the Department for Transport is undertaking.

LCCI Partners with New London Architecture (NLA)

NLA is the world’s leading centre for excellence for the built environment, bringing together the public, government, and cross-sector professionals both in London and internationally. NLA’s purpose is to improve the quality of people’s lives by making London a better place to live, work and visit. We produce research, exhibitions, events and publications year-round.

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London Real Estate Forum (LREF)

We were proud to be a partner of the London Real Estate Forum (LFREF). Leaders from the industry, public sector, government, investment and business communities came together to discuss and drive sustainable investment and development in cities. Photo credit: NLA/ Bar Productions

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Commercial Property Initiative

Each month LCCI host an informal networking group for members from the Property and Construction sector. The aim of the group is centred on building new contacts and partnerships, enhancing the supply chain of its members, sharing expertise, and developing business opportunities. To find out more about this peer-to-peer networking group, please email

LCCI's Guide to Planning Application

The LCCI has provided a step-by-step approach for members to follow in order to view, monitor and comment on any planning application. If a planning application has the potential to impact your home, business or the environment, then it is possible to monitor the application and submit your comments to the Local Planning Authority for their consideration.


Property and Construction Summer Reception

Tuesday 25 June 2024 | 6.30pm - 8.45pm

On Tuesday 25 June, join up to 120 senior professionals within the property and construction sectors in the ornate Argyll Room at No 4 Hamilton Place overlooking Hyde Park. Network with industry leaders while enjoying delicious drinks and canapés. Book before Tuesday 30 April for our early bird discount; get 10% off with the code 6jXXzv5q.

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Connected, Liveable London Programme Partners

Goodstone Living

Goodstone Living is a specialist real estate developer and investment manager creating a better way to rent. The vertically integrated platform was founded by Macquarie Asset Management in June 2021.

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Menzies LLP

Menzies LLP is a Top 25 firm of accountants and business advisers. Specialising in property and construction as one of their key sectors, Menzies offer a wide range of services from audit and tax advice to business strategy and corporate finance.

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Thames Freeport

Thames Freeport is an economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant to the global ports at DP World London Gateway and Forth Ports’ Port of Tilbury. Thames Freeport will drive new investment, jobs, skills and the adoption of greener technology.

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Join London Chamber of Commerce and Industry 

If you’re an LCCI member in the Property and Construction or Transport and infrastructure industry, you’ll benefit from a range of targeted business development services, sector specific events and gain direct access to senior decision makers from the UK’s business and political communities.

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