Swindon is a high-tech centre of excellence with a thriving industrial and commercial centre. It is home to many of the Chamber member companies including BMW, Thames Water and GWR. Swindon has a reputation of being one of the UK’s main centres of innovation so is a great place for start-ups and small businesses. Situated on the M4 Corridor, Swindon is aided by excellent transport connections and is well within reach of London and other major UK cities.
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TVCC Swindon Team
Tim Major, Account Manager
Local office: Swindon Chamber of Commerce, Old Bank House Business Centre, 5 Devizes Road, Old Town, Swindon, SN1 4BJ
Or call: 07768 660697
The LCAGs are the local representative bodies of TVCC, providing a forum for the elected members to meet and discuss local policy issues. Working with key stakeholders across the Thames Valley region, each of the individual LCAGs has their own local policy priority statements (LPPS), which have been developed by the Groups in consultation with their members. These documents reflect the policy issues affecting the respective areas and the focus for the LCAGs in working to help address and resolve them as an active voice for the business community.
To read Swindon’s 2021 Local Policy Priority Statement, click HERE
“Swindon is home to a wealth of innovation, hosting a significant number of start-ups and small businesses, with planned investment into Swindon’s town centre regeneration enhancing the area’s reputation as a business destination of choice. The Swindon Local Chamber Advisory Group and I are fully committed to ensuring that the area continues to have the appropriate financial injection and operational leadership it requires to improve services and associated infrastructure in order to secure the region’s future economic success. I also look forward to the publication of our Swindon 2060 Vision document to help steer both local and central government economic and spatial planning as well as investment in infrastructure and economic development in the Swindon sub-region”.
Les Durrant, President