Policy & Representation

British Chambers of Commerce (BCC)



Keep up to date with the latest releases from the BCC here.


As the UK prepares to leave the EU, the BCC is helping businesses to consider how they can plan for the future. Find out more here.


While BCC’s lobbying and representation work is a constantly evolving series of activities aimed at representing the best interests of British business, they have a number of key campaigning areas which run throughout the year. Find out more here.

Chamber Business Awards

The BCC has taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Chamber Business Awards, due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We have also decided withdraw the Thames Valley Chamber Business Awards from the Chambers 2020 events programme.  The Chamber Awards is an inspiring highlight in the Thames Valley’s annual event calendar, and we promise to bring this back in 2021 with our valued sponsors, and local businesses. We are proud to be part of remarkable stories each day to keep businesses in the region moving and thank you all for your continued support.


In addition to your local Chamber events running throughout the year, the BCC have a calendar of events. Find out more here.

Policy Working Groups

Shaping and framing the development of policy for the Accredited Chamber Network, the BCC Policy Working Groups provide expertise in their field and an understanding of the impact of policy in their Chamber’s region. Find out more here.

Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker

The tracker serves as a barometer of business’ response to the Government’s measures and changes to business’ working practices over the next few months. It also tracks how quickly new government interventions, introduced to deal with the real-world impact of this crisis, are getting to the businesses at the front line. Download the latest results here.

Quarterly Economic Survey

The BCC’s Quarterly Economic Survey is the largest independent business survey in the UK and a significant economic indicator. Every quarter, businesses are questioned on a wide range of issues, including: sales and orders, investment, cash flow, confidence and recruitment challenges.

Find out more here.