National Infrastructure Commission launches consultation

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Posted by APM on 8th Jul 2016

The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), the independent body which provides impartial advice to Ministers on the UK’s long-term infrastructure needs have recently launched a consultation on the National Infrastructure Assessment (NIA) regarding the process and methodology it proposes to use for the Assessment.

The Commission will publish a single National Infrastructure Assessment each parliament. This will recommend how the UK’s infrastructure needs should be met.

The Association For Project Management (APM) urges members, the wider project management community and those with an interest in UK infrastructure to participate in its online survey which will run throughout July and will help inform APM’s submission of evidence.

Further information can be found here.

 

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