South East England Councils (SEEC) was established in April 2009 to represent the views and interests of local authorities in the South East.With members representing all tiers of local authorities and different political parties, SEEC carries a unique mandate as the single democratic voice of the South East.
SEEC has a wide remit, which includes effective representation of local authority interests on issues affecting South East councils. SEEC key objectives are:
• To strive for a fair funding deal for the South East
• To promote the South East’s position as a leading global economy
• To act as single democratic voice for South East interests
• To monitor the pulse of the South East.
David Covill, Director, South East England Councils