Government makes infrastructure adviser 'permanent' but not statutory

The government has committed to establishing its new infrastructure advisory body 'on a permanent footing', but it will not have a statutory underpinning.

by Michael Donnelly
National infrastructure: NIC will prioritise projects
National infrastructure: NIC will prioritise projects

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