The Commission carries out in-depth studies into the UK’s major infrastructure needs and makes recommendations to the government. Our work covers all sectors of economic infrastructure.
Opening up our data
Here at the Commission, data underpins our work. It helps us understand the state of infrastructure in the UK, how well it is performing for us, and what infrastructure we might need in the future. Because it’s so important, we’ve been working to make it easier for you to access and use. Welcome to our...
National Infrastructure AssessmentDelivered once in every Parliament, the National Infrastructure Assessment analyses the UK’s long-term economic infrastructure needs, sets a strategic vision, and makes recommendations to government.
Better defining ‘levelling up’ is a crucial step to achieving it
Some form of regional inequality has been a persistent feature of the UK. Not only are there profound differences between regions (i.e. North and South), there are also inequalities within regions. Pockets of low productivity and heightened levels of deprivation exist in both successful and unsuccessful places. But these are not set in stone; changing...
Senior Policy Adviser (Grade 7)
The National Infrastructure Commission is looking for a Senior Policy Adviser with expertise in energy policy to help develop our policy recommendations on the UK’s future energy needs. This is an opportunity to work creatively and rigorously on some of the most pressing issues for UK infrastructure, and outside the constraints of current government policy,...
Policy Advisers (HEO)
Summary We are currently recruiting for two Policy Advisers to lead on specific pieces of work within one or more of the core sectors of economic infrastructure i.e. energy, transport, waste, water, flood risk management and digital communications. By joining the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), you’ll be playing a key role in delivering independent advice...
Who We Are
An appointed panel of Commissioners who provide expert, impartial advice on infrastructure, supported by a Secretariat and two advisory groups.
The Commissioners provide expert, impartial advice to the government on infrastructure, work with the Chair and each other to shape and develop the National Infrastructure Assessment and specific studies, and engage with a variety of stakeholders to promote the organisation and gather views on future infrastructure needs and solutions.Meet the Commissioners
A diverse group of creative and technical design leaders working to inspire, promote and champion design excellence in UK infrastructure.Meet the Design Group
Young Professionals Panel
The panel support the Commission’s work and aim to raise awareness and engage younger audiences in shaping the future of the UK’s infrastructure.Meet the Panel
Reports & Studies
The Commission’s publications include a National Infrastructure Assessment set out once a parliament, and specific reports and studies on pressing infrastructure challenges as set by the government.
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