Hillingdon Chamber's Guiding Principles


To become and be widely recognised as the centre for business activity in the London borough of Hillingdon by supporting the businesses to thrive and build an ecosystem that supports economic growth.


  • Supporting local businesses with knowledge, skills, and partnerships to grow profitably
  • Providing a platform for local businesses to engage with each other to create and share opportunities
  • Being the voice of business community to influence the decisions and policies
  • Creating opportunities for businesses to get recognition for their successes, efforts, and initiatives


  • Growth in economic activity
  • Easy to start and grow the business in LBH
  • Improved engagement and partnerships amongst businesses
  • Increase in employment opportunities
  • Better skill pool to hire from


  • Integrity

We will always speak the truth. What we promise is what we deliver. We will only ever make agreements that we are willing and intend to keep.

  • Excellence

Good isn’t enough. We will always deliver exceptional quality that add value to all involved for the long term. We will stay on a path of constant and never-ending improvement and innovation.

  • Teamwork

We will be willing to do whatever it takes to achieve team goals. We will focus on cooperation and always come to a resolution, not a compromise. We will ask for help when we need it and be compassionate to others who ask us for help.

  • Success

We will focus our attention on the successful outcome of whatever we are doing. We will have a willingness to win and allow others to win … win/win. We will display pride, prosperity, competence, and personal confidence.

  • Consistency

We will be consistent in our actions so that our customers and teammates can feel comfortable in always dealing with us.

  • Ownership

We accept that as individuals we are truly responsible for our actions and outcomes and own everything that takes place in our work and our life.


The work of the Chamber in the local community

Role as lobbyists

Over many years the Chamber has been proactively involved in local planning issues such as the expansion of Heathrow, Hillingdon House Farm, Warners, St Andrew’s Park at RAF Uxbridge, the Nestles site in Hayes, Uxbridge Shopping Centre, West London Film Studios, and Guild Living.

The Chamber is also a member of the Local Strategic Partnership which is made up of key partners in the Borough including Heathrow, Brunel University London, Uxbridge College (HCUC), the Metropolitan Police and Hillingdon Council and has good working relationships with other London Chambers.and therefore voices business issues to the Council and learns from other key partners which can, in turn, support local businesses.

Supporting local community initiatives

Support is given to Brunel and HCUC not only with regard to their learners but in relation to programmes which support local micro business and SMEs.  HCC has also provided work experience and projects for students.

HCC Committee members volunteer for judging panels for both business and young enterprise awards and regularly judge the WLB Awards.

The Chamber has continued to support and advise businesses throughout the COVID 19 emergency: signposting help and assistance and lobbying on behalf of our members to make sure the voice of Hillingdon business is heard. 

Networking & Our Partners

HCC works with many partners within Hillingdon such as Heathrow Airport, London Borough of Hillingdon, Brunel University London, HCUC, Moore Kingston Smith, Ward Williams, Metro Bank and The Clubhouse at Uxbridge Business Park by providing regular networking opportunities for businesses and seminars/training. These events have a learning and or local enterprise speakers from which members can benefit. Some of these Partners have representatives on the Chambers’ governing committee. 

The Chamber provides many other networking opportunities including MPs breakfasts, the annual Mayor’s receptions, cybercrime with the Metropolitan Police, Summer Chamber Networking BBQ, tours and networking at West London Film Studios, and the Global Academy to name but a few and HCC has been involved with the annual Heathrow Business Summit since it’s inception in 1995.

Our Members

We work in partnership with local businesses from the smallest sole trader to the largest multinational, to provide access to a wide variety of informative networking events and seminars of interest to the business community and during last year were involved with approximately 90 events. We offer Business advice and support and access to a range of training opportunities and aim to keep our members informed of key local planning and inward investment programmes.

We also have a members offers page on this website which we hope will help our members to showcase their business and to obtain new business opportunities through our network of members.

HCC is committed to ensuring that the local community thrives by giving local companies the tools to both set up and expand in the growing local economy. By becoming a member of this growing Chamber we will help your business achieve its full potential.