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Planning the UK’s infrastructure to 2050: the National Infrastructure Assessment

When Mar 02, 2017
from 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM
Where JJ Thompson Seminar room, Maxwell Centre, West Cambridge
Contact Name Shafiq Ahmed
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Speaker: James Richardson, Chief Economist, National Infrastructure Commission 

 

The role of the Commission is to carry out independent and unbiased assessments of the UK’s long-term infrastructure needs and to monitor the government’s and industry’s progress in meeting them. They periodically publish a National Infrastructure Assessment looking across all key sectors and geographies.

 

They identify the UK’s long-term infrastructure requirements and prioritise the most important projects for further development. It gives clear strategic direction to industry and government and provides a firm basis for planning and investment.