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CLBS student wins Brentford Dragons 2016

dragon paingBusiness-minded students from the University of West London have been pitching their ideas to a panel of local industry leaders at 'Dragons' Den' style events over the last year.

The competition, which was run in conjunction with Brentford Chamber of Commerce, saw students presenting a variety of original business ideas to the 'Brentford Dragons'.

With the winner receiving a cash prize of £1000, the coveted Dragons Den Trophy and invaluable mentorship from business leaders, the final was fantastic and students impressed the judges with their creative ideas.

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Brentford Redevelopment

Watermans Arts CentreHigh Street EastAlbany Riverside


Exhibitions have recently occurred for redevelopment of Morrisons, the former police site, Watermans Park/Max Factor site and Watermans Arts Centre.

We very much hope that many of you attended and gave your views at the exhibition. If not you can still send in your comments.

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Proposing a waterside strategy

Three of the principal waterside stakeholders affected by the Ballymore development have put together a proposed waterside strategy. Rather than wait for Ballymore and/or Hounslow Council to put forward one Malthouse Marine Associates (Malthouse Wharf), Messrs Radleys Partnership (Town Wharf ) and Olivers Boatyard Ltd ( MSO Marine ) have put forward their draft strategy for the complicated waterside.

The waterway needs to provide an entrance/exit between the UK canal system and the river Thames. Water depth can vary substantially depending on tides and flash floods.
Plan of Brentford's Waterside

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Let's Make London a National Park City!

glnpcBrentford Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce it's joined up with the campaign to make Greater London a National Park City and is the first Chamber of Commerce to do so.

The idea of declaring London a park may seem counter-intuitive but the aspiration is to make London greener and healthier, to help:

• Ensure 100% of Londoners have free and easy access to high-quality green space
• Connect 100% of London’s children to nature
• Make the majority of London physically green
• Improve London’s air and water quality, year on year
• Improve the richness, connectivity and biodiversity of London’s
• Inspire the building of affordable green homes
• Inspire new business activities
• Promote London as a Green World City
• Nurture a shared National Park City identity for Londoners

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EU Referendum

EU Referendum

Surprisingly, our Chamber executive did not mirror all the public polls that suggest the EU Referendum will be very close. But we asked them to vote with a business head rather than their personal view which will be expressed on June 23rd.

Purely considering our businesses, 8 of us voted to remain with only 2 advocating an exit. However, businesses don't get a vote.

We have no wish to add to the voices telling you which way to vote, whether supported by facts or rhetoric. We'd just like to encourage you all to vote and to encourage your staff to do so.

If you haven't registered the deadline has been extended to midnight tonight (Thursday). Please don't leave it until then to register.

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