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.
Government accepts Commission’s recommendations for better resilience
The government has today (15 September 2021) published its formal response to the Commission’s 2020 study on resilience, Anticipate, react, recover – Resilient infrastructure systems. This study called for a new framework for resilience which anticipates future shocks and stresses; improves actions to resist, absorb and recover from them by testing for vulnerabilities; values resilience...
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.
We’re recruiting a new Senior Policy Adviser on energy
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to join the Commission team and be part of our work at the cutting edge of long term energy policy for the UK. We are looking for candidates with proven expertise in key aspects of energy policy. The role provides a great opportunity to work creatively and rigorously...
We’re recruiting two Policy Advisers on energy and climate
The Commission is recruiting for two policy advisers, at different civil service grade points. The two successful candidates will work together with others as part of a team initially focused on energy and climate related work for the second National Infrastructure Assessment. Senior Executive Officer This is a stretching role working across the Commission’s energy...
Hydrogen strategy “an important milestone” but clarity on costs needed soon
The Commission has welcomed today’s publication (17 August 2021) of the government’s UK hydrogen strategy and associated consultations, noting that the outcomes of the latter will need to address the challenges of reducing the cost of hydrogen production and ensuring a fair distribution of those costs. Sir John Armitt, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission,...
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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