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The European Investment Bank invested over €30bn in infrastructure projects between 2012-2016

Infrastructure at the election - post-Brexit investment, skills and innovation

  • Author: Ben Goodwin
  • Date: 18 May 2017

On 8 June the electorate will decide which political party will negotiate the UK’s exit from the EU. To the party that is chosen the infrastructure sector has some clear advice.

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Latest press releases

Skills, investment, innovation and productivity are at the heart of ICE's election manifesto

12 May, 2017

A manifesto, including five key areas for all political parties to consider following the 2017 general...

Government must build UK reputation as popular destination for private investment to deliver £500bn infrastructure plan

26 March, 2017

The Government must clarify the UK’s future relationship with the European Investment Bank...

UK can be a world leader in digital transformation of infrastructure

22 March, 2017

Government and industry should build upon its pioneering work in digital engineering to improve the...

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 2017: Digital Transformation

state of the nation digital transformation

ICE’s State of the Nation 2017 report looks at how advances in digital technology and data are transforming how we design, deliver and operate infrastructure.

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