The Government has published an updated National Infrastructure Plan. This contains major commitments to improve the UK’s transport and broadband networks as well as steps to attract major new private sector investment.
The plan sets out:
A clear plan for the UK’s infrastructure
A new strategy for coordinating public and private investment
New investment in critical infrastructure projects
A new focus on delivery
The Prime Minister has asked the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to chair a new Cabinet Committee on infrastructure to drive forward the Government’s infrastructure programme.
National Infrastructure Plan 2011
- National Infrastructure Plan 2011 (PDF 5MB)
- Easy-to-browse version of the National Infrastructure Plan 2011
- View charts and graphics from the National Infrastructure Plan 2011 on Flickr (opens in new browser window)
- View photos from the Chancellor’s visit to an infrastructure project in Battersea on Flickr (opens in new browser window)
Government actions to support new and existing infrastructure investment are shown on the map at the link below:
Infrastructure investment pipeline data
The Government has also published data on the infrastructure investment and government construction pipelines.
Valuing infrastructure spend – Treasury guidance
The Treasury has published new supplementary Green Book guidance on valuing infrastructure spend including the wider benefits of infrastructure, the opportunities and risks of sharing infrastructure assets and valuing the risk of infrastructure failure.
National Infrastructure Plan 2010
The UK’s first ever National Infrastructure Plan was published in October 2010.
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