Scottish infrastructure commission up and running

An independent commission set up by the Scottish government to advise on its 30-year infrastructure investment strategy has appointed its final members

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The Scottish government wants to align infrastructure investment with "long-term inclusive economic growth and low carbon objectives"

An independent commission set up by the Scottish government to advise on its 30-year infrastructure investment strategy has appointed its final members.

The Infrastructure Commission for Scotland, which is chaired by Ian Russell, the chief executive of Scottish Power, says it will provide independent, informed advice on the vision, ambition and priorities for infrastructure in Scotland.

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