National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016 to 2021

April 6, 2016

This document sets out in detail how the government will support the delivery of key infrastructure projects and programmes to the end of this Parliament.

For the first time this new National Infrastructure Delivery Plan brings together the government’s plans for economic infrastructure over the next 5 years with those to support delivery of housing and social infrastructure. This is reflected by the government’s commitment to invest over £100 billion by 2020-21, alongside significant ongoing private sector investment, in our infrastructure.

The NIDP sets out key projects and programmes, and major policy milestones, in each infrastructure sector and includes details of the government’s ongoing work to improve the prioritisation, performance and delivery of infrastructure, including building a skilled workforce, reducing costs and encouraging private sector investment.

National Infrastructure Pipeline

The NIDP is underpinned by a refreshed National Infrastructure Pipeline, which shows the size and status of planned public and private investment worth over £480 billion to the end of the decade and beyond, including over £290 billion to 2020-21.

Around 50% of the infrastructure pipeline to 2020-21 will be financed and delivered by the private sector. With this in mind, the government will continue to engage with investors and will produce a dedicated infrastructure finance and investments document later in 2016.

This document comes from: HM Treasury; Infrastructure and Projects Authority; Lord O’Neill of Gatley; and The RT Hon George Osborne MP

Please click on the links below to download the documents, or click on the link here to direct you to the government’s website.

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