Second National Infrastructure Assessment
The Commission's thirty year plan for a low carbon and resilient UK economy that supports economic growth and protects the natural environment
Reducing the risk of surface water flooding
The final report of the study on surface water flooding concludes that stricter controls on new property developments alongside up to £12bn of investment in drainage infrastructure over the next thirty years will be necessary to stop thousands more homes and businesses from flooding due to inadequate drainage
Getting cities moving
An interim report for the second National Infrastructure Assessment says cities will need to pursue adaptive transport solutions in response to the uncertainties around transport demand resulting from the recent pandemic.
Second National Infrastructure Assessment Baseline Report – call for evidence submissions
Submissions received in response to 17 questions asked in the second National Infrastructure Assessment Baseline Report call for evidence, which ran from November 2021 to February 2022.
Infrastructure Progress Review 2022
Our annual assessment of the government's progress on implementing its commitments on infrastructure.
Second National Infrastructure Assessment: Baseline Report
Our analysis of the performance of key infrastructure sectors which will inform the work leading to the UK's second National Infrastructure Assessment
Behaviour change and infrastructure beyond Covid-19
A range of scenarios for how behavioural trends resulting from the pandemic may impact future infrastructure use.
Operability of highly renewable electricity systems
A highly renewable electricity system can maintain a stable supply without adding significantly to the costs of generation.