National Infrastructure Assessment: Green proposals at a glance

Madeleine Cuff
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The NIC suggests the UK adopt a nationwide flood standard, to ensure all households enjoy similar protection from severe flooding
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The NIC suggests the UK adopt a nationwide flood standard, to ensure all households enjoy similar protection from severe flooding

NIC calls for a sweeping overhaul of UK infrastructure to prepare the country for the impacts of climate change

The National Infrastructure Commission's (NIC) rebuttal of the government's nuclear power policy may have driven the headlines today, but its first ever National Infrastructure Assessment should catch...

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