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Parliamentary group reconvenes

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure (APPGI) was formally re-established following its AGM last week. It is now back in business for the new parliament.

The APPGI, facilitated by ICE and chaired by Labour MP Nick Raynsford was set up in 2008 to highlight the importance of infrastructure to the economy and society.

The group meets regularly to hear expert speakers discuss key issues. It also hosts debates and networking events for industry leaders and politicians.

Last week’s AGM was the first opportunity for new MPs to attend a group meeting and it also set the direction for the group for the year ahead.

Activities for 2010 include a public discussion on infrastructure funding with key industry experts, MPs and Lords and the hosting of events at the main party conferences.

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