Kent’s perfect location provides fast access to London, Europe and beyond.
Extremely well connected by rail, road, air and sea and with its close proximity to London and Europe, Kent has easy and efficient access to key markets. High speed train networks offer businesses in Kent access to quick commuter and freight travel just as fast and those operating in the capital.
Just 17 minutes from London via High Speed 1
High Speed 1 is a major point of difference for Kent. Getting to the UK’s capital city is quick and easy with multiple stations located throughout the county allowing businesses to travel to London St Pancras station in as little as 17 minutes.
Get things moving across Europe
The UK freight industry is one of the most liberated, deregulated and safest in the world. With five ports on the Kent coast including Europe’s busiest ferry port at Dover, Kent has access to European supply chains that makes importing and exporting far easier than ever before. The Eurotunnel in Kent also sees 21.3 million tonnes of freight and 10.6 million passengers pass through it each year.
Kent has more motorways by distance than any other county in the UK, with sections of the M2, M20, M25 and M26 totalling 173 km (107 miles) within the Kent boundary. They also provide easy access to international airports, that offer world class services and flight routes.
To find out more about Kent’s connectivity use our interactive map below, or download our information brochures.