Infrastructure for London Manifesto

ICE London’s Infrastructure for London Manifesto contains ten recommendations for the next Mayor and London Assembly, and has been launched ahead of elections in May 2016.

Blackfriars Bridge at sunset. ICE London's Manifesto provides a roadmap for the next London Government to ensure the city's future.
Blackfriars Bridge at sunset. ICE London's Manifesto provides a roadmap for the next London Government to ensure the city's future.

The Infrastructure for London Manifesto recommendations respond to a number of issues London will face over the next few years, including a growing population, predicted to reach 10 million by 2030 and more extreme weather conditions due to climate change.

The recommendations focus on four key areas: Strategy, Resilience, Skills and Delivery. Together, the policies provide a specific and achievable roadmap for the next London Government to ensure London remains one of the greatest cities in the world.

Recommendations include creating a Regional London and South East Forum for politicians to build a consensus over infrastructure issues, focusing transport spending to boost housing growth and the publication of a London Resilience Plan to set out how the city will adapt to climate change up until 2050.

A short animation video provides a summary of the Manifesto:




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