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Greenwich, Bexley & Lewisham
Chamber of Commerce

Address46 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich SE10 9BL.
Phone020 8293 3456Fax020 8293 9168
ContactPeter Wilsonwww.chamber-of-commerce.org.uk
MiscPatron: H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Founded 1889.
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The Greenwich, Bexley & Lewisham Chamber of Commerce has been helping local business of all types and sizes by providing advice, information and a forum for the exchange of views and ideas.

Membership provides these benefits:
  1. Ability to meet, network, trade and share advice with other local firms.
  2. Free advice and information on all matters relating to local business.
  3. Free monthly news letter with up-to-date information.
  4. regular meetings with speakers of interest to all local businesses.
  5. Training opportunities for local business.
  6. The prestige of belonging to one of Londonís oldest chambers.
  7. Assistance in obtaining information on all local funding, grants and initiatives in the area.
  8. Belonging to a voice of influence within the two boroughs.
The chamber is represented on:
  1. Crime Prevention
    Working with police to overcome local crime problems.
  2. Town Centre Management
    Working with Greenwich, Bexley and Lewisham Councils to improve the quality standards in the town centres.
  3. The Waterfront Partnership
    Joint partnership with Council, business and government to improve the area along the river from Thamesmead to Deptford Creek.
  4. Small Traders Association
  5. District Pressure Groups
  6. Thamesmead Town Industrial Panel
  7. Police Community Consultative Group
  8. Road Safety Committee.

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