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New 'watchdog' and 'monitor' will hold reformed Highways Agency to account, says UK government

New bodies which will monitor the performance of the strategic road network and champion the needs of its users will be created as part of plans to hold a reconstituted Highways Agency to account, the UK government has announced. 29 Oct 2014

Over £100bn in Chinese investment could be "game changer" for UK infrastructure, experts say

Chinese investment into UK energy, real estate and transport projects could become a "game changer", with £105 billion expected to be invested into UK infrastructure by 2025, according to new research by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com. 28 Oct 2014

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Report: give English "metro areas" more powers over transport, skills and immigration to boost national growth

Giving England's built-up 'metro areas' more control over regional transport, skills training and immigration, as well as more powers to raise and retain certain taxes, could boost national economic growth by as much as £79 billion annually by 2030, a year-long... 23 Oct 2014

UK trade mission to Zambia sets sights on infrastructure, energy projects

British firms have ended a four-day UK government-backed trade mission to Zambia designed to secure deals in the country’s infrastructure, energy, mining and other sectors. 20 Oct 2014

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