Runnymede businesses invited to take part in survey on transport priorities in the Enterprise M3 area

As a business or organisation based in the Enterprise M3 area, Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is very keen to hear YOUR views on what the transport priorities should be in this area and where new transport investment should be spent. We would, therefore, invite you to participate in our Transport Priorities Survey.
Click here to take the survey or go to It should only take 5-10 minutes to complete and the survey’s closing date is Friday, 29 November.
Why are we asking you to participate in this survey?
Over the past year Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership has been surveying the views of businesses on key issues, concerns and priorities in relation to the transport networks serving the LEP area (road, rail and aviation) and their importance to organisations such as yours.  
The responses we have received have clearly demonstrated that a well-functioning, reliable transport network plays a crucial role in supporting economic prosperity and competitiveness. The LEP is currently putting together a Strategic Economic Plan which will form the basis of a bid to Government for funding. This is a bid that could potentially secure in the region of £300 million that would be spent on transport schemes and other initiatives to support businesses and other organisations in our area.
To inform the work we are doing on our Strategic Economic Plan, we are asking local businesses and other organisations to give us their views on what the transport priorities should be and where we should invest our money.


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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