Five cities to work with government infrastructure body to develop housing and transport plans

The government's infrastructure adviser, the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), will work directly with five cities, towns and city regions across England to help them develop strategies to deliver new housing and infrastructure, the body has announced.

by Michael Donnelly
Transport infrastructure: NIC to work directly with English cities
Transport infrastructure: NIC to work directly with English cities

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