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Construction Industry Council Economic Forum Stephen Dance. The Vision for UK infrastructure. maximising the potential of existing road and rail networks; transforming energy and transport systems to deliver a low carbon economy; transforming the UK’s strategic rail infrastructure ;

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Construction industry council economic forum stephen dance

Construction Industry Council

Economic Forum

Stephen Dance

UNCLASSIFIED


The vision for uk infrastructure
The Vision for UK infrastructure

  • maximising the potential of existing road and rail networks;

  • transforming energy and transport systems to deliver a low carbon economy;

  • transforming the UK’s strategic rail infrastructure;

  • meeting future challenges in providing sustainable access to water for everyone;

  • protecting the economy from the current and growing risk of floods and coastal erosion;

  • reducing waste and improving the way it is treated;

  • providing the best superfast broadband in Europe; and

  • ensuring that the UK remains a world leader in science and research.

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Iuk infrastructure cost review
IUK Infrastructure Cost Review

  • Objective: To help close the infrastructure investment gap by finding ways to reduce UK infrastructure delivery costs

  • 300 organisations contacted, 120 interviews, specialist groups from industry, clients and wider market engaged

  • c.70% UK infrastructure delivered by the private sector.

  • c. 60/40 of expenditure on capacity enhancement/maintenance and renewal.

  • Weight of evidence confirms the UK is more expensive than European peer group.

  • Total construction on infrastructure estimated at £15 billion + per annum

  • Opportunity to realise savings of at least 15%

  • Programme of actions to deliver £2-3 billion per annum of sustainable benefits

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Drivers of higher cost policy and systemic issues
Drivers of higher cost – policy and systemic issues

  • Urban density:

    • >70% of infrastructure construction in the UK is on brownfield land

    • age of assets, e.g. 70% of Network Rail bridges >100 years old compared to 26% average across Europe

  • Planning and statutory consultation processes

  • Regulatory compliance and third part influences on cost (e.g. environmental compliance)

  • Lower costs of labour in some Eastern European countries (BUT generally the UK cost of labour is comparable to its Western European peer group)

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Drivers of higher cost funder and client issues
Drivers of higher cost - funder and client issues

  • Stop-start investment

  • Poor governance and ineffective incentivisation of cost control

  • Poor asset information and cost data

  • Over-specification

  • Commercial issues and procurement processes

  • Project insurance

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Drivers of higher cost supply chain issues
Drivers of higher cost - supply chain issues

  • Poor supply chain integration

  • Lack of investment for innovation

  • Need to improve skills and training

  • Low productivity

  • Construction logistics

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