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Calls for more Scottish infrastructure commitment

ICE Scotland has challenged policy makers to commit to improving the delivery and resilience of the country’s infrastructure, and act to secure a skilled engineering workforce for the future.

ICE Scotland manifesto

ICE Scotland manifesto

In its Manifesto for Infrastructure, launched ahead of May’s Scottish Parliament elections, ICE Scotland director Sara Thiam said publicly-funded investment had helped to drive growth since mid-2012. But she said a long term commitment was required as Scotland has a growing population, growing cities, and is experiencing more frequent extreme weather. 

 

 

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