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ICE works to be the voice of civil engineering. We do this through raising the profile of civil engineering in the media, developing policy positions on the key issues of the day and working with government to deliver improvements to our infrastructure and beyond.

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ICE President Sir John Armitt is a member of the Thames estuary commission led by Lord Heseltine.

Engineering a future for the Thames Estuary

  • Author: Rod Hulse
  • Date: 09 September 2016

Despite significant levels of investment in infrastructure, the Thames estuary still contains highly deprived areas. The Thames estuary commission’s long term vision must have these communities at its core.

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Latest press releases

ICE hails Government green light for Hinkley project

15 September, 2016

ICE Director General says Government go ahead is a major step forward for the future of energy security.

ICE welcomes flood resilience review findings

09 September, 2016

ICE welcomes a longer term commitment to flood risk management but emphasises need for maintenance...

Hinkley delay disappointing, swift decision needed

29 July, 2016

ICE has urged Government to make a swift decision on Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.

State of the Nation

State of the Nation is ICE's flagship policy report. Each year we look at a different aspect of the nation's infrastructure, identifying policy opportunities and risks. We make detailed recommendations on what needs to be done to ensure that the UK's infrastructure can meet our current and future needs.

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State of the Nation: Devolution

state of the nation devolution

The State of the Nation: Devolution report focuses on infrastructure as the key driver in rebalancing the economy but cites the quality of people’s living environments as a priority.

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