The proposed Lower Thames Crossing is part of the biggest investment in the country’s road network for a generation and an essential component in the UK’s future transport infrastructure. It will boost local, regional and national economies, while offering new connections, better journeys and fewer delays.
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Lower Thames Crossing to give major jobs boost to 22,000 people in Kent and Essex
28 January 2021
Delivery of the country’s largest road scheme since the M25 was built 35 years ago, will support 10,000 jobs in the peak year of construction. Over the six-year building phase, it will employ more than 22,000 people, ranging from highly skilled engineers, architects, and designers, to other essential staff such as caterers, sign makers and IT support.
Highways England awards Jacobs the Lower Thames Crossing Integration Partner contract
03 February 2021
Today (Wednesday 03 February) it was announced that Jacobs has been awarded the Integration Partner contract for the Lower Thames Crossing. Highways England is building a team to deliver the most ambitious road project in a generation and we are delighted to welcome Jacobs onboard as our new Integration Partner.
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- why we collect and process personal data specifically for the Lower Thames Crossing.