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A report from BW, Copper and WBD calls for changes to a disconnected planning system which has held up infrastructure delivery, imposing risk on projects and investments.
The UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) has developed methods to reveal a series of sustainable insights for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc – one of the UK’s largest housing and transport projects.
The Government is set to accept a proposal from the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), to build 1 million new homes between Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge, a development that the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) says would result in an area of countryside greater than the size of Birmingham being lost
The National Infrastructure Commission has published its first ever assessment of the UK's economic infrastructure needs.
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has today published its first-ever assessment of UK infrastructure and has stated that Britain has a “golden opportunity” to switch to greener ways of providing energy to homes and businesses
Business and public sector leaders are set to come together on 21 June for the Oxford Cambridge Corridor Economic Growth Conference, supported by the National Infrastructure Commission, England’s Economic Heartland and regional and local authorities
Sir John Armitt is to temporarily lead the National Infrastructure Commission until a new chairman can be appointed to replace Lord Adonis Sir John Armitt...
An engineers' body has called for Sir John Armitt to replace Lord Adonis as chair of the National Infrastructure Commission following his resignation Lord Adonis...
The Welsh government has revealed plans to invest billions of pounds in transport infrastructure upgrades over the next five years Infrastructure in Wales is set...
NIC recommendations will reflect the quality and character of local communities across the Cambridge-Oxford growth corridor, says Phil Graham
A new Commercial Secretary should be a priority for Teresa May if promises that infrastructure are high on her government’s agenda are to be believed
Dr Julian Francis, Director of Policy and External Affairs, ACE discusses how the Welsh National Infrastructure Commission will play a role in strengthening infrastructure planning
The Chancellor has revealed the National Infrastructure Commission will become an executive agency, with greater independence…