Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015: government commits to improving ailing UK transport, says expert25 Nov 2015
The UK government has made a welcome financial commitment to improving the country's transport infrastructure, but looming changes to the way projects are commissioned, managed and funded mean it may take some time before industry feels the benefit, an expert...
A requirement that the successful bidder for a public works contract perform a certain proportion of the work itself appears to be in breach of EU law, according to a top legal adviser.
The UK's new National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has begun a public 'call for evidence', which it will draw upon when making its first recommendations to the government in its three priority areas of work.
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