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The Government published an updated National Infrastructure Plan in November 2011. This provides a new strategy for meeting the infrastructure needs of the UK economy and contains major commitments to invest in critical infrastructure projects as well as steps to attract major new private sector investment and improve delivery.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury chairs a new Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure to provide leadership to this work. The Committee ensures that all parts of Government play their part in unblocking delivery problems.
An Infrastructure Delivery Update was published alongside Budget 2012. This update sets out progress that has been made on the priority infrastructure investments identified in the National Infrastructure Plan 2011 and on other infrastructure measures in the Autumn Statement 2011.
The National Infrastructure Plan 2011 presents, for the first time, detailed data on the infrastructure investment and government construction pipelines to provide industry with greater visibility over the future pipeline of Government funded construction projects, wider regulated and private sector infrastructure.
The National Infrastructure Plan 2011 builds on progress from the National Infrastructure Plan 2010, which for the first time ever set out the Government’s vision for the future of UK economic infrastructure.