The Chamber’s policy team campaigns regionally and nationally on behalf of businesses of all sizes, lobbying, making representation and exerting powerful influence on government with the aim of creating a more favourable business environment. Working with key stakeholders across the Thames Valley region, each of our seven individual local Chambers have their own local policy priority statements, which have been developed by the Chamber Councils in consultation with their members. These documents reflect the policy issues affecting the respective areas and the focus for the Chamber Councils in working to help address and resolve them.
Review each one of our Local Policy Priority Statements by clicking on the images below. The policies within the statements should be read in conjunction with the Chamber’s strategic policy priorities and wider programme of policy activity.
More information on our Local Chambers can be accessed here.