Category Archives: Partner News


Buying an electric or hybrid car is hugely exciting. You’re taking a step into a new way of driving, and embracing the technology that will power the cars of the future.   But buying your Electric Vehicle (EV) is only Read more…


North-west London extracts…   LONDON’S NEW POLITICAL LANDSCAPE The map of London’s boroughs, marked by party control, now looks as follows: LEADERSHIP CHANGES​ “Harrow, incumbent Leader Councillor Sachin Shah will be replaced by Councillor Graham Henson… Brent leader Councillor Muhammed Read more…


You’ve worked hard for your business. It’s time to make your business work hard for you! Are you making best use of your allowances to maximise your financial position? How can you be smarter to ensure that the wealth you Read more…


deliverBEST Breakfast Workshop The Mayor’s new Transport Strategy aims to reduce the number of lorries and vans entering central London in the morning peak by 10% by 2026.   Find out how your business can reduce delivery traffic, improve air Read more…


From the smallest of grass roots groups to the biggest multi-nationals, the Sustainable City Awards 2018 will once again celebrate the best  examples of innovation and good practice, for a smarter, healthier and more environmentally friendly world.   No business Read more…


Transport for London (Tfl) recently consulted on two potential new London Overground stations in the Old Oak area. The consultation was open between 16 October and 22 November 2017. TfL report that 911 people responded to the consultation, with 94 Read more…


Figures obtained by Brent Council showed a worrying increase in the demand for food banks in Brent and across the UK.  In response a scrutiny task group was established in August 2017, chaired by Cllr Roxanne Mashari, to look into Read more…


West London Skills Strategy Consultation: Friday 24 Nov 2017, 9am at Brompton Bicycles The Mayor of London wants to make sure people and business get the skills they need to succeed in a fair, inclusive and thriving economy. This session Read more…


For the first time in over 10 years, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has voted to increase interest rates.  On 2 November the MPC increased Bank Rate from 0.25% to 0.5%. Bank Rate is the official interest Read more…