Coming up in 2022

A calendar of forthcoming publications and events from the Commission.

Published: 22 Feb 2022

By: Ben Wilson

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This page shows a calendar reflecting the latest expected dates for Commission reports, publications and events.

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Spring 2022

Roundtable events to help shape the second National Infrastructure Assessment

Attended by a range of representatives from industry, regulators and NGOs to explore the priorities the Commission has identified for the second National Infrastructure Assessment (NIA2). These are being arranged on a sector-by-sector basis, alongside additional events to discuss the broader strategic themes of reaching net zero, climate resilience and supporting levelling up.

Summer 2022

Support resources for developing NIA2

Publication of background resources that will underpin the second Assessment, including an analysis of responses to the Commission’s call for evidence and a paper setting out its approach to managing future uncertainty.

Summer 2022

Regional engagement visits to inform NIA2

A series of meetings, roundtables and site visits to further inform the Commission’s thinking and recommendations in NIA2. The visits will cover a number of large cities and smaller places, and will seek to gather insights from regional civic and business leaders as well as representatives of other groups who rely on economic infrastructure.

June 2022

Improving quality of life

Publication of the third in a series of discussion papers on the Commission’s formal objectives.

June 2022

Interim report on urban transport work

A report setting out aspects of initial work undertaken by the Commission as part of the Levelling Up strand of NIA2.

November 2022

Surface water flooding study report

Final report of a government-commissioned study assessing how relevant bodies in England can better manage and mitigate the risks where rainfall exceeds drainage capacity.

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