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Future of Infrastructure

Mar, 2019

The future of UK infrastructure is very much in the hands of the public. As opinion turns against private financing, some investors are faced with the renationalisation of projects, while others risk owning stranded assets as investing in fossil fuels becomes undesirable. The Future of Infrastructure special report, published in The Times explores the trends and tools set to change our cities, from spatial analysis, which is helping local authorities map out vital new projects, to vehicle-to-grid technology, which may become popular enough to power Heathrow airport. Also featured are three ways infrastructure investment can tackle urbanisation and an infographic detailing how public demand for improved services is leading to an increase in investment in energy and transport initiatives


Investment in energy and transportation will be driving UK infrastructure over the next decade as public demand for improved services grow