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Our communications team is here to help journalists interested in the Commission's work.

The Commission regularly comments in the media on a wide range of infrastructure issues. We are happy to consider all requests for comment or to put forward a representative for interview.

Our latest news, full archive of stories and blog posts can be found here.

You can get in touch with members of the Commission’s communications team using these contact details:

  • Ben Wilson, Head of Communications – 07811 974267
  • Rob Mallows, Communications Manager – 07917 521309

Alternatively, get in touch by email using the link below, which is monitored by the whole communications team.

Please note: the communications team’s role is to assist the media, and enquiries from other individuals or organisations should be directed via our general contact page.

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National Infrastructure Commission 

The Commission is the body responsible for providing independent analysis and advice to the government to help the UK meets its long term infrastructure needs. Its role is to support sustainable economic growth across all regions of the UK, improve competitiveness, and improve quality of life. In doing so, it aims to be the UK’s most credible, forward-thinking and influential voice on infrastructure policy and strategy. The Commission publishes a National Infrastructure Assessment once in every Parliament setting out its assessment of long term infrastructure needs, with recommendations to the government, the first of which was published in July 2018. It also undertakes in-depth studies into the UK’s most pressing infrastructure challenges and monitors the government’s progress in delivering infrastructure projects and implementing recommendations made by the Commission.  

 

More information about its work can be found at nic.org.uk or on Twitter @NatInfraCom  

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Commission welcomes UK Infrastructure Bank appointment
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Commission welcomes UK Infrastructure Bank appointment

The National Infrastructure Commission has welcomed the appointment of Chris Grigg CBE as Chair of the UK Infrastructure Bank, announced today by HM Treasury. Sir John Armitt, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, said: “I am pleased to congratulate Chris Grigg on his appointment as Chair of the UK Infrastructure Bank. “This is a key milestone...

30 Apr 2021 By
Timeline for second National Infrastructure Assessment announced
National Infrastructure Assessment
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Timeline for second National Infrastructure Assessment announced

The UK’s second National Infrastructure Assessment will be published in the second half of 2023 and consultation and analysis to inform its recommendations will commence this autumn, the National Infrastructure Commission has confirmed. The Commission’s Corporate Plan for the next three years, published today, sets out the process it will follow to develop a comprehensive...

30 Apr 2021 By
Commission backs new vision for relationship between the natural and built environments
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Commission backs new vision for relationship between the natural and built environments

The National Infrastructure Commission has today endorsed a bold new vision for protecting and enhancing the UK’s built environment. The Commission is one of more than 35 bodies which have put their names to Vision for the Built Environment, including the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, and the...

22 Apr 2021 By
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