South East England Councils (SEEC)was established in April 2009 to represent the views and interests of all local authorities in the South East. Most councils are members, representing all tiers of local authorities and different political parties.SEEC key objectives are:
• To strive for and secure fair funding for the South East
• To promote the South East’s position as a leading global economy
• To act as a unified democratic voice for South East interests
• To monitor and highlight the economic pulse of the South East.
Sean McKee, Director, South East England Councils