Think tank pushes UK government on infrastructural planningStaff Writer | December 2, 2017
A think tank made suggestions to the UK government in relation to what it termed the "systemic" issues in infrastructural investment decision-making which is "inconsistent and subject to constant change".
Britain The "systemic" issues
In response to what it termed a lack of "continuous and disruptive policy change" as a result of a lack of "credible evidence base and long-term approach" the IfG suggested that the National Infrastructure Commission should become an executive non-departmental public body.
The NIC was founded in 2015 to provide independent strategical thinking and analysis to support the long-term UK infrastructural needs.
In turn, the NIC commissioners should be chosen by the government to ensure "suitable professional and geographical balance." ■