A manifesto for the next Mayor of London

No Kidding: How transforming childcare can boost the economy

Creating a greener city — Driving a successful net zero transition

BLDN Retrofitting Owner Occupied Homes in London

BusinessLDN’s 10 point action plan for retrofitting owner occupied homes in London.

A five point plan to escape the low growth trap

BusinessLDN’s 5 point plan to escape the low growth trap with foreword from CEO John Dickie.

BusinessLDN Business Plan 2023

BusinessLDN’s Business plan for 2023

Young Londoners and their careers’ outlook survey report


Place Commission Report May 2023

Who Lives in Build-to-Rent? 2023

Spring Budget 2023: our five calls to Government

Delivering Affordable Workspace in London

Who Lives in Build to Rent? 

Connections Not Complacency: How the UK’s Global Connectivity Can Drive Regional Growth

BusinessLDN Business Plan 2022 – 2024

The Case for Private Investment in Affordable Housing in London

Tackling Labour and Skills Shortages Post-Pandemic: What Matters Now

Recent years have brought with them many challenges, not least the impact of the pandemic on the labour market, which was already struggling to match skills to available vacancies.

BusinessLDN New Prime Minister Manifesto 

A manifesto outlining quick yet radical interventions a new Prime Minister should make to help the UK swerve the forecast recession.

Green, Growing, and Global: A de-carbonising capital for a competitive UK 

Changing Gears — Where next for driving in London?

Electric Vehicles: developing a consumer-led approach to infrastructure planning

An analysis of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure by the capital’s leading business campaign group London First, in partnership with PwC, has found that those in densely populated residential zones, outside of central London, could be held back in owning an EV by a lack of charging infrastructure.

Build To Rent Report London First

A snapshot analysis of twenty developments across London has found Build-to-Rent homes could help more Londoners find affordable, high-quality accommodation with additional amenities, playing its part in solving London’s housing crisis, by London First. 

Demand for commercial property in London — what does the future hold?

London First, in partnership with CBRE, releases a report looking at the post-pandemic future of the commercial property sector, focusing on office space, logistics, and retail.

Who Lives in Built to Rent?

November 2021: an analysis of Build-to-Rent occupancy across England