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Performance Measures

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Data the Commission uses to assess the performance of the UK’s infrastructure systems and the services they provide.

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Summary

The Commission’s Infrastructure Performance Measures provide a framework to assess the performance of the UK’s infrastructure systems and the services they provide.

The performance measures are broken down into different domains which look at specific aspects of performance in a way that can be consumed and interpreted for a variety of uses. These domains are as follows: volume of consumption, everyday resilience, quality of user experience, environment and cost. This information is important as it provides a starting point for assessing infrastructure needs and allows for performance to be monitored over time with potential to be compared across sectors and between countries.

For further information about the NIC’s Infrastructure Performance Measures, please refer to the technical annex accompanying this dataset – Technical annex: Measuring infrastructure performance

All performance measures data

All of the data we use to measure the performance of the six infrastructure sectors across: volume, resilience, quality, environment and cost.

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Performance measures

Report by JBA Consulting on developing infrastructure performance measures.

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