Engineers call for better cross-sector infrastructure policies

The Institution of Civil Engineers wants to see a long-term, integrated approach to the UK’s energy, water, transport, waste and housing provision

Rail, road, water, energy and waste policies could be improved. Photograph: Anan Punyod/123RFThe government should develop a long-term, cross-sector approach to infrastructure policy that transcends political cycles, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has urged.

ICE consulted with its members to determine the most pressing issues around infrastructure and on 18 October published its findings in the form of recommendations to government and the soon-to-be autonomous National Infrastructure Commission (NIC).

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