Wales seeks views on national infrastructure body

The Welsh government wants views on how a National Infrastructure Commission for Wales should be set up and run

A Welsh NIC would consider infrastructure up to 2030. Photograph: Collins Leighton Raymond/123RFThe Welsh government is seeking views on how best to set up and run a National Infrastructure Commission for Wales.

It launched a consultation on 17 October, which set out plans to create an independent, advisory, non-statutory body responsible for analysing, advising and making recommendations on Wales’ longer term strategic infrastructure needs over a five to 30-year period.

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