Resource by UK Government
The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan brings together the government’s plans for economic infrastructure over the next 5 years (2016-2021) with those to support delivery of housing and social infrastructure. The government has committed to invest over £100 billion by 2020-21, alongside significant ongoing private sector investment, in the UK’s infrastructure.
The Plan sets out key projects and programmes, as well as major policy milestones, in each infrastructure sector and includes details of the government’s ongoing work to improve the prioritisation, performance and delivery of infrastructure, including building a skilled workforce, reducing costs and encouraging private sector investment.
Related Link: National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016 to 2021