Our track record

Since 2015 West London Business’ key recent impacts have been in the following areas, where our role is either lead advocate or to work in close partnership/ support other advocates.


  • Orbital rail connectivity in Mayor’s new transport strategy.
  • Heathrow 3rd runway backed by Government and Parliament.
  • Supporting Cycle superhighway 9.

Supply Chain

  • Failed power supply to key business cluster brought back on stream with increased resilience.
  • Fast broadband investment by Openreach in Park Royal ‘not spot’.


  • Education – working to mobilise investment in work experience.
  • Green energy – enabling access to lowest possible price on green electricity contracts.
  • Greener supply chain – backing £1.6m Better Futures investment in London CleanTech fund for start-ups..

Land Use

  • Industrial – ensuring defence of industrial land is a key policy priority of Mayor.
  • Housing crisis – surfacing & sharing best practice employer support.
  • Planning consent – insight on local priorities to navigate the system.

West London Business’ roots go back to 1994.   Over several decades we have delivered a range of programmes and impacted in numerous areas:


  • Project managed development of LDA-funded West London Economic Development Strategy (2004-6)
  • Helped to broker redeployment and mentoring services through our membership and partners for Gillette when their Brentford manufacturing site closed in 2006; 380 of the 500 staff were successfully redeployed through these efforts.
  • Created and manage the West London Business Awards (2013-)


  • Implemented West London Inward Investment Programme with LDA and Think London (2004-2009)
  • Formulated and published policy manifestos for national and local elections, on behalf of the West London business community
  • Actively supported successful efforts to secure Davies Commission backing for Heathrow


  • Initiated the Golden Mile Group, which became the Golden Mile Transport Group
  • Launched and facilitates the Park Royal Business Group

Enterprise Development

  • Created and led London West Business Consortium
    • Managed 7 local agencies supporting over 600 start-ups and micros
  • Secured ERDF funding (£0.5m) for – and lead partner for – Gateway Asia
    • Assisted over 250 businesses develop their exports