How Islamic finance could plug the UK investment gap

Set to take off in the UK, Islamic finance could fund major infrastructure projects and even be boosted by Brexit

The role of private investment in saving Britain’s infrastructure

Bridge

Political division over how to finance badly needed new infrastructure in the UK should not get in the way of progress

Why investing in the right infrastructure technology is crucial for the UK’s future

Prototype pods for the Hyperloop transportation system on display in California last year; the technology hopes to move passengers and freight up to 1,200km per hour, but is still some distance away from commercial development

In an era of rapid technological change, how can investors be sure that new infrastructure developments will remain relevant?

How data-driven investing in infrastructure yields high returns

Construction worker in tunnel

Infrastructure can be an attractive high-yield investment for private investors armed with an emerging database of risk-adjusted returns

Getting the UK building again

UK infrastructure is in urgent need of renewal and major building projects represent an opportunity to kick-start the construction industry as it emerges from the Great Recession. Mike Scott reports

Time to renew ageing assets

The recession has placed a new and different emphasis on managing ageing assets, as Marcus Leroux reports

Blueprint for infrastructure

The UK is at the forefront of private sector delivery and financing of infrastructure, and many countries have adopted British practices. But how successful is the UK model and is it always transferable? Sarah Ahmad Tame investigates