National Infrastructure Commission

A public authority

The National Infrastructure Commission is an independent body that enables long term strategic decision making to build effective and efficient infrastructure for the UK. The commission was set up 5 October 2015 and will look at the UK’s future needs for nationally significant infrastructure, help to maintain UK’s competitiveness amongst the G20 nations and provide greater certainty for investors by taking a long term approach to the major investment decisions facing the country.

6 requests
I am writing to request the following information: - Mayors of which metropolitan areas have been invited to participate in the launch of the Nati...
Andy Green & Phorm
Request sent to National Infrastructure Commission by P. John on .
Awaiting response.
please pass my greetings to Andy Green. Please could confirm or deny to me... did Mr Green disclose to the National Infrastructure Commission any...
Dear Robert,   Please find attached our response (NIC2017-3) and accompanying files to the Freedom of Information request you raised on the 15^th...
Dear Ms Chorlton Please find attached HM Treasury's response to your information request. I have copied below the links to the published material, ci...
Major Projects indicated red or red/amber
Response by National Infrastructure Commission to Jane Bray-Nicholls on .
Awaiting classification.
Dear Ms. Bray-Nicholls, Thank you for your email dated 19th August. Please find attached the missing file. Kind regards Correspondence and Informat...
Dear Darryl, Apologies for the delay in responding for your request dated 4th February. It is expected that the Calls for Evidence will be published...

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