It has been over 2 years since Keith Williams started his government-commissioned review of rail, ministers have published their vision for the future of the industry.
The announcement of the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail is of course the big news in transport and infrastructure this month, in what is probably the biggest shake-up of the UK railway industry in more than 25 years. I’m sure we’ll be seeing some key appointments over the coming year or two on this.
The UK economy and certainly the infrastructure sector, would not function in the same way without professional bodies to smooth the way.
Comments from two recently departed members of Boris Johnson’s team got us thinking about the fragility and importance of employer brand.
It was certainly a rocky start to the year, however, the easing of restrictions has been a welcome change for us all, this month has greeted us with warmer weather, meeting up with loved ones, reuniting with friends in chilly pub gardens and there is a lot more to look forward to as things continue to open back up…
The days of commuting into the office 5 days a week are long gone, over the past year a lot of us have had to adjust to remote working.
After two new senior appointments in recent weeks a growing area of interest has been highlighted for multi-disciplinary consultancies – Social Value.
The ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ – Will Energy Sector Investment Soon Surpass the Transport Sector?
When Boris Johnson unveiled his 10-point plan for creating a ‘green industrial revolution’, it was no coincidence that the first three areas he outlined were in the energy sector.
It’s hard to believe that it has been a year since the first lockdown was announced! It has certainly been a year of significant change, but things are certainly beginning to look up as we start to ease national restrictions and there has been some exciting shake-ups in the transport and infrastructure sectors this month.
After the Department for Transport announced it would be creating major offices in Birmingham and Leeds, more infrastructure decisions will be taken from outside London.