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Second National Infrastructure Assessment Baseline Report - call for evidence submissions

Evidence from stakeholder bodies will help inform the Commission's policy work on the second Assessment.

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The Baseline Report for the second National Infrastructure Assessment was published on 15 November 2021, which set out the current state of the UK’s economic infrastructure and identified nine key challenges the Commission will consider.

It included a call for evidence requesting response from stakeholders to 17 questions, under nine themes, which will shape the Commission’s work for that Assessment. This closed on 28 February 2022. A report by Arup for the Commission summarised the themes emerging from the submitted evidence.

Responses were received from a range of stakeholder bodies; some provided answers to every question, while some responded to specific questions of relevance to the respondee’s area of interest. Each response is listed below, in alphabetical order:

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