This short pamphlet marks the first anniversary of the publication of the UK’s first-ever National Infrastructure Assessment. It summarises eight of the main recommendations made in the Assessment, which looks ahead three decades and gives fully costed recommendations on transport, energy, digital connectivity, waste, water and flooding.
12 July 2019 | NIA
MPs highlight need for swift action to boost energy efficiency of UK homes and workplaces
A new report today from MPs calls for urgent action to address poor energy efficiency in UK homes in order to...
10 July 2019 | NIA
NIC marks one year on from the UK’s first National Infrastructure Assessment
The National Infrastructure Commission today marks one year since the publication of Britain’s first-ever National Infrastructure Assessment. Published on 10 July...
05 July 2019 | NIA
New charging infrastructure essential to build on investment in UK electric vehicle technology
News of a boost for electric vehicle manufacturing and positive sales are a vote of confidence in an electric future for...
02 July 2019 | NIA
Study highlights opportunities for interconnection and diverse renewables mix to build resilience of UK energy network to weather challenges
A new review of research on future weather patterns highlights the importance of a rollout of diverse renewable generation technologies to...
28 June 2019 | NIA
Dealing with waste is essential for a low carbon future (letter)
National Infrastructure Commission Chair Sir John Armitt has today written a letter to the editor of the Daily Telegraph in response...