Smart Connections: Transport
Around the world, countries, states, cities and regions are fighting a fierce battle for investment spend and this report examines the role that transport plays in this fight. Written by Professor Austin Smyth, Head of the Department of Transport Studies at the Westminster University, the findings are supported by the opinions of over 300 senior international business people, surveyed by YouGov. Click here to download a free PDF copy of the Smart Connections Transport Report
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Our partners in the region
One of the key advantages of working with Invest Thames Gateway is that we can join things up for you across a complicated inward investment landscape
We will do this by working closely and seamlessly with our partners in Thames Gateway’s extensive inward investment support network to deliver the information and support you need, when you need it. This network is made up of a number of organisations, from both private and public sector at a national, regional and local level.
UK Trade and Investment (UKTI):
Helps businesses locate in the UK and grow internationally. Read the feature article about Invest Thames Gateway on the UKTI website.
Homes And Communities Agency:
The national homes and regeneration agency.
BIS - Department for Business, Innovation & Skills:
Works to create the right conditions for business success in the UK.
Department for Communities and Local Government:
Sets the overall strategy for the development of the Thames Gateway.
Olympic Park Legacy Company:
The Olympic Park Legacy Company is the organisation responsible for planning, developing and managing the Park after the 2012 Games.
Gateway to London:
A dedicated investment agency for London Thames Gateway.
Locate in Kent:
Investment partner for Kent Thameside, Medway and Swale, collectively known as Thames Gateway Kent.
The sub regional investment agency responsible for the Thames Gateway South Essex area.
Kent Thameside Regeneration Partnership
Kent Thameside encompasses the thriving town centres of Dartford and Gravesend, plus Bluewater, Ebbsfleet International and Ebbsfleet Valley – identified as one of four ‘transformational’ projects in the Thames Gateway.
Thames Gateway South Essex
The Thames Gateway South Essex Partnership aims to deliver a better quality of life for all those who live and work in the area, believing that through one strong voice it can effect change by improving South Essex for years to come. It is committed to helping deliver 55,000 new jobs and 43,800 new homes to the region by 2021 through regeneration.
All eyes are now on Greenwich for the countdown to 2012 ... Situated on the south bank of the River Thames in the south east of London, Greenwich benefits from excellent transport links, providing easy access to the rest of London, Europe and international destinations.Large scale development is making Greenwich one of the best places in Europe to live, work and do business. As a host borough for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, Greenwich’s profile is set to grow even bigger. More than a third of events will be held in Greenwich in 2012, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors, an international audience and unlimited business opportunities.
Find out more about how we can help your business move to the most vibrant and fastest growing economy in the UK
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