The report comes just weeks after the U.K. Chancellor George Osborne unveiled an upgrade in growth forecast to the country's economy for this year, which is now predicted to grow 2.7 percent from the previously expected 2.4 percent. Britain's GDP grew 1.7 percent in 2013.
"The survey is very good news. It shows an economy which is growing at a satisfactory pace. It shows business confidence is strong," David Kern, chief economist at the BCC told CNBC in a phone interview.
"There is a recovery, it is real and businesses are eager to continue."
Kern added that while the recovery has so far been driven by consumer spending, it is now time to move to a balanced economy based on exports and investment.
The BCC survey is the latest in a line of strong data for the U.K. Earlier this month, the Markit/CIPS services and manufacturing purchasing managers' index both dropped but remained well above the 50.0 level that signals growth.
Businesses are also keeping an eye on the Bank of England amid uncertainty over when an interest rate hike will take place. Mark Carney, the governor of the central bank, told a British newspaper that an interest rate rise could take place before the next U.K. general election in 2015.
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