Home of the Eurostar and carrying domestic passengers via High Speed 1 services. Serving Kent stations from just 17 minutes.
Taking passengers from London Victoria to coastal towns such as Margate as well as Faversham and Sittingborne via High Speed 1.
Located just 6 miles from the city centre, London City Airport is extremely accessible and due to its size, arrivals and departures can be much quicker and easier than the larger London airports, making it ideal for business travel. The single runway handles short-haul flights for over 4.5 million passengers per year.
A small but well-established facility serving business and leisure passengers flying within the UK, Europe and beyond. Very close to mainland Europe, Southend is free from overcrowding both on the ground and in the air, and is just a short journey from Kent and the heart of the Capital.
Located on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, adjacent to Westfield Shopping Centre. The station is serviced by High Speed 1, is well connected to other London destinations and just 8 minutes from Kent.
Travel to St Pancras International and the heart of London in just 17 minutes on High Speed 1. Or take the Eurostar service to Paris, Brussels and Lille and onwards to the rest of Europe.
Located close to the M20 and offering a direct link to European cities and London St Pancras in just 38 minutes via High Speed 1.
Linking Folkestone to Calais, the tunnel is the quickest way to reach the continent from the UK. Carrying high-speed Eurostar passenger trains, the Eurotunnel Shuttle for road vehicles and international freight trains, the tunnel also connects to High Speed 1 railway lines.
Serving both Southeastern and High Speed 1 services, the station is a major interchange with a sizeable London-bound commuter population.
Lying just east of Gillingham, the station has close links to the capital with regular London Victoria and High Speed 1 links to St Pancras.
The UK’s second largest airport and the most efficient single-runway airport in the world. Gatwick flies to over 220 destinations, more than any other airport, handles over 43 million passengers and transports 77,995 metric tonnes of cargo per year.
The UK’s largest airport and the third busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic. Heathrow handles over 200,000 passengers a day, over 75 million per year and has approximately 1.54 million metric tonnes of cargo passing through its 4 terminals.
Consisting of a cluster of three sites; Northfleet Rise, located next to Ebbsfleet International station and Northfleet West and East both situated along the River Thames embankment. Offering a total of 83,000m2 of high quality, innovation space, Ebbsfleet Garden City boasts some of the lowest commercial rental rates in the country, is just 17 minutes from London St Pancras and has the possibility of being served by Crossrail in the future.
A state-of-the-art Academic, Health and Science Centre offering 1 million ft2 of high quality commercial space in a 30-acre campus setting. Kent Medical Campus complements the recently-opened KIMS Hospital and is supported by the industry-led Biogateway Network.
Located in Medway, the remodelling of the operational airport is accommodating up to 100,000m2 of innovative new business space across two sites to the West and South of the airport. The sites offer outstanding transport and digital connectivity, world-class research and development facilities and access to highly skilled talent from Kent and Medway-based Universities.