NEWS Infrastructure investment set to bring massive opportunities [slideshare]

Infrastructure has been making headlines in recent months, with major construction and infrastructure investments now kicking off across the country.

The Conservative Government put infrastructure at the forefront of their plans to revitalise the UK economy, committing themselves to £100bn of investment by 2020.

The Conservative pre-election  Manifesto said: “We will commit, alongside running a (budget) surplus, to increase our capital spending – investment in infrastructure – at least in line with our national income. We have set out a plan to invest over £100 billion in our infrastructure over the next Parliament.”

With this spending comes massive opportunities, and this slideshare from Tracker explains what UK infrastructure might look like given this £100bn investment:

View the Slideshare here.

In the last quarter alone, Tracker’s database of public and private sector opportunities published 1,905 contracts in construction and construction-related industries.

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Last updated on January 20th, 2020

Mar 05, 2015.

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