The Lower Thames Crossing - Supply chain opportunities for your business.

24th March 2021

The Lower Thames Crossing is the most ambitious road project since the M25 and is part of the biggest investment in the country’s road network for a generation.

It is an essential component in the UK’s future transport infrastructure and will boost local, regional and national economies, while offering new connections, better journeys and fewer delays.

Highways England are looking to engage with companies of all sizes who might be interested in helping build, supply and operate the Lower Thames Crossing. Click below to access information on the Lower Thames Crossing and how businesses can ready themselves for potential supply chain opportunities.

Your chance to engage with Lower Thames Crossing Team.

If you work for a business that might benefit from the improved connectivity the Lower Thames Crossing will bring or if you just want to find out more, please email our business engagement team. They’re on hand to answer any questions you might have, and your business could potentially become part of the Lower Thames Crossing story!


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