Views sought on national infrastructure assessments

The National Infrastructure Commission is consulting on the best way to assess and meet the UK’s transport, energy, water and sewerage, flood defences, waste, digital and communications needs

The NIC is seeking views on its priorities, scope and methodologies. Photograph: Pongphan Ruengchai/123RFThe National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has launched a consultation on how best to assess and meet the UK’s infrastructure needs.

Earlier this month the government confirmed that the NIC would be put on a statutory footing and that it would provide regular independent advice in the form of National Infrastructure Assessments (NIA) once every parliament.

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