Transport for the South East – Strategic Investment Plan Consultation
We have launched the public consultation on our draft SIP to gather feedback and ideas from the community and key stakeholders. The SIP is an ambitious but achievable multi-modal investment plan that aims to boost the economy and make life better for people, for business and for the environment. If approved, the SIP will be the blueprint for future investment in strategic transport infrastructure in the south east for the next thirty years.
Developed in partnership with our 16 Local Transport Authority partners, our draft SIP builds on our transport strategy(External link), which was consulted on in 2019/20, and brings together previously published work including area and thematic studies.
The plan describes the framework required for delivering TfSE’s vision and objectives to achieve a modern, integrated and sustainable transport network for the South East. It sets out where, when and under what conditions, packages of schemes, interventions and wider policy initiatives should be implemented to achieve the vision for 2050.
We are delighted to be sharing these plans with you at public consultation and there are a number of ways that you can get involved:
- Review the SIP documents and take part in our digital consultation questionnaire at the bottom of this page.
- Join us at our whole day in person ‘Connecting the South East’ event on Tuesday 5th July at G Live, Guildford. You can register your attendance online by visiting https://www.connectingthesoutheast.com/(External link).
- Join us at one of our two online public webinars on Monday 11th July (10am – 11.30am)(External link) or Tuesday 12th July (6pm – 7.30pm)(External link).
Got a question? Please take a look at our FAQs document which may be able to help you. This can be found here(External link).
If you can’t find what you are looking for, please let us know your question by using the ‘Questions’ tab below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you would like any of the consultation materials in an alternative format, please contact our email address at firstname.lastname@example.org(External link) or call 0300 3309474. You can also write to us at Transport for the South East, County Hall, St. Anne’s Crescent, Lewes, BN7 1UE.