£1tn investment targeted at London’s infrastructure

By Matthew Taylor

The Mayor of London has launched London’s first long-term infrastructure plan that aims to deliver London’s infrastructure needs between now and 2050. With London’s population projected to grow by 37 per cent by 2050, significant challenges have been identified in ensuring London stays competitive as a leading world-class city. The projected population increase is anticipated to place greater and greater demands on transport, housing, education and power and water resources.

The London Infrastructure Plan consultation document identifies that while London is world leading in terms of competitiveness, its infrastructure ranks poorly compared with its peer cities, with historic under-investment being at the heart of this issue…

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