National Infrastructure Assessment rightly identifies the need for higher, more stable, and better prioritised public investment across Britain 18 October 2023 National Infrastructure Assessment rightly identifies the need for higher, more stable, and better prioritised public investment across Britain Commenting on the National Infrastructure Commission’s second national infrastructure assessment, published today (Wednesday), Torsten Bell, Chief Executive of the Resolution Foundation, said: “Britain needs to invest more to underpin its growth and net zero transition. This authoritative assessment of Britain’s infrastructure needs should be required reading for anyone leading, or aspiring to lead, the country. “It rightly identifies the need to prioritise, in particular by supporting low and middle income households with the upfront costs of the shift to low carbon heating, and intra-city transport that holds back Britain’s second cities. “Delivering on this scale of infrastructure development is going to require not only higher, but more stable levels of public investment than Britain has managed for decades.” Notes to Editors Several Resolution Foundation reports on public investment – Cutting the cuts and A tale of two cities (part 1) were cited in the National Infrastructure Commission report. For more information contact Rob Holdsworth on 07921 236 972.