NIC should prepare national spatial plan to tackle 'ad hoc' policy approach, says Kerslake report

The government's infrastructure advisory body should prepare a national spatial plan for England to address the problem of 'incremental, short-term and ad hoc' government policy that has no 'proper planning context', according to the final report of a commission chaired by the former head of the civil service.

by Mark Wilding
Infrastructure: UK270 Commission calls for national plan to guide investment. Image: Flickr / Timo Newton-Syms
Infrastructure: UK270 Commission calls for national plan to guide investment. Image: Flickr / Timo Newton-Syms

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