According to London Mayor, Sadiq Khan: “Increasing investment in new infrastructure is essential to supporting new growth and jobs in the decades ahead, particularly as Britain leaves the European Union.”
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has already outlined 12 key infrastructure decisions that need to be taken forward across the country, including the next stage of High Speed 2, connecting Birmingham, Crewe, Manchester and Leeds; High Speed 3, linking the cities of the North; Crossrail 2 and more funding for broadband and 5G mobile.
All parts of the UK will need transport and infrastructure investment to better support economic growth and job creation as Great Britain exits the European Union.
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