Concerns over the U.K.'s economic recovery will throw attention on the Bank of England, particularly the question of when it will hike historically low interest rates. In September Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said in a speech that a rate rise was 'getting closer'.
"Concerns over the strength of the pound are also high and rising," Longworth said. "Together with a worsening outlook for the euro zone, these factors reinforce the case against an early interest rate rise."
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The BCC survey comes against other surveys and data which have been largely indicative of an improving British economy.
The U.K. economy grew more than previously thought in the second quarter of 2014, according to revised data released by the Office of National Statistics. Crucially, it showed that the economy surpassed its pre-crisis peak in the third quarter of 2013, better than initially thought.
And in June, Standard & Poor's rating agency upgraded its outlook on the U.K.'s triple-A credit rating from negative to stable. It cited anticipation that the country's economic recovery would continue to broaden, buoyed by public finances.