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Tag : Election

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  • Parliament

    Election 2017 | What next for infrastructure?Subscription

    Inside Track9 June, 2017

    As the country faces a hung parliament, what are the key infrastructure issues for the new government to address?

  • Fracking

    Fracking project becomes election issueSubscription

    Inside Track1 June, 2017

    A controversial fracking scheme has become a key campaigning issue in a Yorkshire borough ahead of next week’s election.

  • Tram

    Election candidates support £600M tram scheme Subscription

    Inside Track31 May, 2017

    Election candidates are backing a £600M tram scheme mooted for development alongside the Lower Thames Crossing.

  • Heathrow

    Business directors demand more runwaysSubscription

    News16 May, 2017

    Business leaders have called on the next government to set up a new Airports Commission to choose more locations for two new runways immediately after the election.

  • Heathrow

    Election delays Heathrow expansion documentsSubscription

    News9 May, 2017

    The government has blamed the election for not publishing important documents during its Heathrow expansion consultation, just days after being accused of poor surface access planning.

  • Civil engineering, EU

    Civils firms enter Brexit debateSubscription

    News23 February, 2016

    Some of the biggest names in civil engineering have signed a letter in support of the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union.

  • Forth bridge 3.2

    ICE launches Scotland infrastructure manifestoSubscription

    News9 February, 2016

    The Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland (ICE) is calling on policy makers to support its new manifesto, which aims to future-proof the country’s infrastructure.