Member views and rising uncertainty, alongside research that suggest only a tiny fraction of projects will be successfully procured for delivery, leads to the formal creation of the campaign to unblock access to the UK’s pipeline of infrastructure projects.
The CBI lays out the change we want to see in government to enable the UK’s vital infrastructure projects and upgrades to go ahead.
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