Infrastructure industry begins call for evidence on independent 'national needs assessment'28 Jan 2016
UK infrastructure experts have been appointed to draw up a long-term assessment of the country's infrastructure needs over the next 35 years.
UK government consults on 'governance and structure' of National Infrastructure Commission 08 Jan 2016
The UK government has published its plans for putting the independent National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) on a statutory footing in a way that will ensure its "independence and credibility".
One third of major UK government projects planned for completion in the next five years are "in doubt or unachievable", according to analysis by the National Audit Office (NAO).
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