The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021
The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021

The following Construction practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021
  • National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline
  • Financing and procurement approaches
  • Sector-specific funding and projects
  • Regional infrastructure
  • Improving delivery and performance
  • Monitoring and reporting progress

The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021 ('NIDP') was published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority ('IPA') on 23 March 2016. It outlined details of investment in infrastructure projects and programmes across the UK to 2020-2021 and beyond. It also provided information on the government's approach to financing, procurement, delivery and monitoring of those projects and programmes.

The NIDP replaced the National Infrastructure Plan ('NIP'), which was first published in October 2010 and updated subsequently. For more information on the NIP, see Practice Note: The National Infrastructure Plan [Archived]. Unlike the NIP, the NIDP set out investment in social infrastructure and housing and regeneration, in addition to investment in 'economic infrastructure'.

On 23 March 2016, the IPA also published the Government Construction Strategy 2016–2020. For more information, see Practice Note: Government Construction Strategy 2016–2020.

On 5 December 2016, the IPA published a funding and finance supplement (the Supplement) to the NIDP. This Practice Note looks at some of the key elements of the NIDP

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