The British Irish Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the ‘Guidelines for Planning Authorities on Urban Development and Building Heights’. The Chamber has long advocated through our policy papers, submissions and direct meetings with Government ministers for lifting the cap on height restrictions imposed in city centre locations most notably […]
Last week the UK released further tranches of its technical notes for businesses and consumers with advice on what to expect should the UK leave the EU without a deal next year. Furthermore, HMRC has also written to VAT-registered business in Britain and Northern Ireland that only trade with the EU on the expected changes […]
“So how did this morning go John”? Our Director General John McGrane sums up our #AGENDA2018 Agri-Food Seminar with KPMG in Ireland and Ulster Bank.
On Wednesday 13 September, the Conservative Party Eurosceptic Group, the European Research Group (ERG) published a paper, which it claimed could solve the Irish border conundrum. The paper builds on ideas that have been put forward by the group over the past year that rely on both technology and modifying current arrangements to ensure an […]
There is no such thing as a ‘quiet’ week for the British Irish Chamber of Commerce. The team in Merrion Square, in London and across the constituent regions of the UK are constantly working to ensure the voices of our members are heard and that we make a positive contribution to British-Irish relations. Quiet, along […]