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LCCI Quarterly Economic Survey

Poll of London business leaders
·       As the UK’s COVID-19 vaccine roll-out continues, confidence in the economic prospects of London and the UK has improved. Three in ten London business decision-makers expect UK economic growth (31%) and economic prospects for London (29%) to improve over the next twelve months up 10 and 9-percentage points respectively since Q4 2020. However, London business decision-makers are still more likely to expect these measures to worsen (52% and 45%) over the next twelve months.

·       The majority of London businesses are conducting meetings virtually where possible (77%), allowing staff to work from home at least 2 days a week (62%) and using more flexible working hours (58%) as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic

·       The majority of London business decision-makers say measures in London to reduce traffic and pollution, and promote active travel have had no impact on their business’ revenue (63%) or ability to function (56%).

Date Published: 09/04/2021

Categories: Business | London | Professionals

Client: LCCI


Savanta ComRes interviewed 500 London business leaders online between 4th February and 16th March 2021. Data were weighted to be representative of all London business leaders by size and broad industry sector. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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