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Forum

The Infrastructure Forum bring together the key players in infrastructure, whether investors, operators, contractors, economic regulators or professional advisors. It has become the meeting place for confidential and constructive discussion about ways to promote the development of infrastructure networks in the UK and to broaden the range of options available to policymakers and regulators.

The expertise of its team, the knowledge and experience of members of its specialised working groups, and its excellent trusted relationships with public authorities and agencies in the UK and internationally all contribute to its effectiveness.

UPCOMING POLICY DISCUSSIONS

TUESDAY 25 MAY 2021

RT HON KWASI KWARTENG MP, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR BUSINESS, ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY

TIF are very pleased to say that Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP has agreed to lead a special video conference on Thursday 29 April 2021. Kwasi will set out his perspectives on the key priorities for BEIS in the coming months. TIF will launch, on the same day, a report on upgrading key infrastructure networks.

MONDAY 5 JULY 2021

RT HON ANNE-MARIE TREVELYAN MP, MINISTER FOR BUSINESS, ENERGY & CLEAN GROWTH

TIF are very pleased to say that Rt Hon Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP, has agreed to lead a special video conference in May 2021

16, 17, 18 JUNE 2021 

HARTWELL HOUSE INFRASTRUCTURE POLICY SUMMIT 2021

Hartwell House 2021 will be held virtually across 16, 17 & 18 June 2021. Sessions will explore: *The Future of Transport *Digital Opportunities for Transport * The Future for Investment in UK Infrastructure * Customer Delivery: How it all Works * The Future of Cities Post-Covid * How to Meet the Net Zero Target * The Recovery Roadmap

Members of The Infrastructure Forum are able to view all Discussion Intelligence.

 

Please contact victoria.rittman@epfltd.org for access

LATEST PUBLICATION

DESIGNING THE UK INFRASTRUCTURE BANK?

CHARLOTTE CHASE

The Infrastructure Forum published its latest report ‘Designing the UK Infrastructure Bank’ in April 2021. 

Government and industry cannot afford for the UK Infrastructure Bank to become a blunt instrument if it is to deliver net zero and level up the country. Whilst the infrastructure market remains highly liquid, the Bank could help to unlock private capital where there is market failure and to scale up new technologies. 

This report, authored by Charlotte Chase, Consultant at Flint Global, raises six key questions that Treasury will need to resolve to set the Bank up for success and says that in doing so, Treasury will have to address the tensions inherent to a Government

owned Bank operating commercially. 

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