Today Chambers from the South East of England met with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling and Rail Minister Paul Maynard to discuss the ongoing rail disruption.
BCC: No more delays, no more excuses on Heathrow expansion
Commenting on the publication of the Government’s Airports National Policy Statement, Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said:
"The message from business to Parliament couldn't be simpler: no more delays, no more excuses on Heathrow expansion.
"Bold decisions are needed to demonstrate that Britain is open for business at a time of change and uncertainty.
"A green light for Heathrow's third runway will show international investors, our trading partners and our competitors that the United Kingdom is serious about being at the heart of the global economy. A vote to proceed with expansion is a signal to businesses here at home that Westminster is serious about fixing the fundamentals and supporting UK growth in every region of the country.
"No more Westminster prevarication and indecision. It's time to crack on."