Consultation outcome

Infrastructure Finance Review

This consultation has concluded

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Infrastructure Finance Review: Summary of consultation feedback

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Detail of outcome

The government received 117 responses from a range of sectors including financial services, not-for-profit, public sector, trade bodies, professional bodies, accounting firms, academia, utilities, construction, consultancy, legal and individuals.

The government’s full policy response is outlined in the National Infrastructure Strategy, published on 25 November 2020 and is focused on three main areas, a new national infrastructure bank, improving independent economic regulation and continuing to develop innovative tools to support investment.

Original consultation

Summary

The government has published a consultation on how best to support private investment in infrastructure.

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Consultation description

This consultation is part of the government’s review of infrastructure finance. The review will look at the government’s tools for supporting private investment, and how they are delivered, in the context of the UK’s changing relationship with the European Investment Bank. The government is committed to ensuring high levels of private investment continue to flow into UK projects, to help build infrastructure fit for the 21st century.

Documents

Published 13 March 2019
Last updated 25 November 2020 + show all updates
  1. Updated with Summary of Consultation Feedback document.

  2. First published.