Connect Plus

works on behalf of National Highways to manage and operate the M25 network and deliver safer, more reliable journeys for our customers.

Connect Plus Services

is responsible for operating and maintaining the M25 network, including all adjoining trunk and slip roads on behalf of Connect Plus and National Highways.

We've successfully maintained our accreditation for ISO 44001, for Collaborative Business Relationship Management with our M25 Community.

This is our 9th year of accreditation under this standard, a massive achievement for which we're all incredibly proud.

A huge WELL DONE to everyone involved.

Proactive management review

Every year we are required, as part of our contract, to submit Proactive Management Review evidence that supports our use of best practice, innovation and new technologies on the M25 network.

Read the 2021 PMR brochure and learn about the many ways our teams are using innovation to enhance the way we work.



stories from across the network

Health, safety and wellbeing

Twitter feed

these are our latest tweets

Fantastic night #highwaysawards21 So proud of the #HealthierHighways team! @SPAssociatesLtd @CPOfficial_M25 @CPServices_M25 @NationalHways @TarmacLtd @Milestone_Infra @OsborneNews @JacksonCivils @rwcivils

Fantastic to be winners of the @highwaysmag Steve Berry Highways Authority Innovation award alongside @CPOfficial_M25, @Atkinsglobal & Accent recognising the innovative technology used to assess user experience as part of our surfacing trial on the M1. #HighwaysAwards21

The ‘Steve Berry Highways Authority Innovation Award’ sponsored by @MottMacDonald goes to @CPServices_M25, Connect Plus, @atkinsglobal and Accent! Congratulations on an outstanding achievement at the #HighwaysAwards21. Stay tuned for more!

It’s #NationalBadgerDay

Did you know – the earliest traces of #badgers in Britain have been dated back to three quarters to half a million years ago!

Today celebrates these iconic wild animals, and all that wildlife and nature bring to us. #wildlifewednesday