Infrastructure

By Bob Seely; James Rogers

In this report, Bob Seely MP and James Rogers ask how the United Kingdom (UK) might strengthen its global role…

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By Nick Davies; Oliver Chan; Aron Cheung; Gavin Freeguard

Government procurement: the scale and nature of contracting in the UK reveals that four departments – the Ministry of Justice…

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By Joshua Emden; Luke Murphy

As the most recent IPCC report on global warming shows, decarbonising the UK’s economy is an urgent necessity if we…

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By Victoria Pinoncely

This report examines how Modern Methods of Construction could improve the speed, scale, and quality of housing delivery across the…

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By Søren Kirk Jensen

In the past decade and a half, Angola has prioritized the repair, expansion and modernization of its infrastructure as a…

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By David Goodhart

Despite the Windrush scandal the UK’s border is now far more “fit for purpose” than it was 10 years ago…

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By Nick Davies; Tess Kidney Bishop

In this report we set out how ministers responsible for infrastructure policy can help to deliver high-quality infrastructure for the…

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From institutional infrastructure and cities to capital allowances, planning laws and trade unions

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By Johanna Lehne; Felix Preston

As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor…

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