The Economic Connectivity Review is the first major component of our transport strategy for the region.
It analyses current and future economic activity in the South East and its connections to major centres beyond the region. The review identifies the economic outcomes of transport in the South East and suggests an approach to understanding where investment in transport infrastructure may yield the greatest benefits.
Areas covered by the study include economic hubs and industrial clusters, high-value industries, connectivity needs and challenges, the shape of labour markets, international gateways and transport corridors within the SE and regional scenarios for growth
This draft version of the review has been produced by consultants Steer Davies Gleave and is now being revised to reflect comments received on the draft.
The final version of the review will be published in the summer of 2018.
The review is also supported by these background documents: