London set first past Internet post

London-based Trafalgar Chambers is the first set to install a World Wide Web site.

The multi-branch, nationwide chambers hopes the technology will offer speedier and cheaper communication.

Christopher Cleverley, founder member of the chambers says email is an important way of providing a more cost-efficient service to professional clients. Trafalgar's web home page – htp://www.webcom.

com/~fbtcons/traf.html – is interactive but has not reached its final stage of development.

The chambers was advised by Future Business Technology Consultancy. Managing consultant Joachim Mosaku says: "In the next decade the Internet service will become a standard business tool. Our job is to help those without IT departments to install the Internet and more importantly train professionals to change the way that they think about business communications."