Inaction on major infrastructure projects put the UK's economic recovery at risk
Now in its fourth year, this annual survey provides a unique perspective on the current state of the UK’s infrastructure, highlighting businesses’ concerns about the quality and cost of the UK’s infrastructure networks and how this impacts their investment decisions.
It will help shape our dialogue with politicians ahead of next year’s General Election and help us make the case for improvements to the UK’s energy, transport, waste, water and digital infrastructure.
The results from last year’s survey were covered widely by the national print, digital and broadcast media and provided the statistical underpinning for the CBI’s submission to the 2013 Autumn Statement and March’s Budget. This year, we want to determine the business community’s infrastructure priorities in order to influence party manifestos ahead of the general election in 2015.
The 2014 Survey is now closed. The results of this year’s survey will be published later this year.