National Infrastructure Assessment 1 | Report
The interim National Infrastructure Assessment examines seven key areas, and sets out the vision and priorities for helping meet the country’s needs up to 2050.
Those seven areas are:
- Building a digital society
- Connected, liveable city-regions
- Infrastructure to support housing
- Eliminating carbon emissions from energy and waste
- A revolution in road transport
- Reducing the risk of drought and flooding
- Financing and funding infrastructure in efficient ways
The deadline for responses to the consultation is 12 January 2018.
National Infrastructure Assessment 1
An assessment of the United Kingdom's infrastructure needs up to 2050.
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Congestion, Capacity, Carbon – modelling annex and data
The modelling behind the interim National Infrastructure Assessment, Congestion, Capacity, Carbon – priorities for national infrastructure.
Lord Adonis’ speech at launch of Congestion, Capacity, Carbon – priorities for national infrastructure
The speech below was given by Lord Adonis at the launch of the interim National Infrastructure Assessment, Congestion, Capacity, Carbon – priorities for national infrastructure. The speech below was delivered at Birmingham City University on 13 October 2017.