Highways England-Lower Thames Crossing
Have your say on changes to the Lower Thames Crossing
We want to hear your views about the changes we have made to the proposed Lower Thames Crossing, a new road connecting Kent, Thurrock and Essex through a tunnel beneath the River Thames.
At the end of 2018 almost 29,000 people shared their views on our proposals for the Lower Thames Crossing. We are now proposing a number of design changes based on feedback and where further information has become available. This is your opportunity to view and comment on these changes, which include:
- M2/A2, including the junction with the Lower Thames Crossing
- Southern tunnel entrance
- Removal of the rest and service area and Tilbury junction
- A13/A1089 junction
- Number of lanes southbound between M25 and A13 junctions
To have your say, go to lowerthamescrossing.co.uk/consultation-2020 for more information and to access the response form – which will take you as little as a few minutes to complete.
Click here to view changes.
Our consultation events
You can find out more and have your say online, or we’ve listed our events that give you the opportunity to meet the team and ask them questions.
Click here to view our consultation events.
How to have your say
Fill in the online survey at: www.lowerthamesscrossing.co.uk/consultation-2020
Post your response form or comments to:
FREEPOST LTC CONSULTATION
(The Freepost address is the only text needed on the envelope, and no stamp is required.)
Email your comments to: LTC.CONSULTATION@TRAVERSE.LTD
Drop a copy of the response form into any of our consultation events.
Please tell us what you think by 23:59 on 25 March.
With kind regards
Director, Complex Infrastructure Programme
If you have any questions, you can call our helpline on 0300 123 5000 between 9am and 5pm, or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday to Saturday.