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National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline 2023

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  • The IPA estimate the need for approximately 543-600,000 workers per year over the next two years to deliver the profile of investment in the pipeline - approximately 60% of which are in construction sector occupations.
  • Over the next decade, the IPA estimate a planned and projected £700-775bn overall investment in infrastructure projects across the country. 
  • £64 billion of this investment in the next two years is through Modern Methods of Construction. This supports our Transforming Infrastructure Performance (TIP) programme, which the IPA intends to embed into business as usual practices by 2025.
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About the NICP

The National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline sets out planned procurements, planned and projected investment, and workforce requirements in construction and infrastructure over the next decade.

This is the most comprehensive Pipeline that has ever been published. By government and industry being aligned in our ambition of adopting the most modern technologies for major projects, it will make public services more efficient, innovative and sustainable, reducing cost to the taxpayer.

Brian Green studied civil engineering followed by industrial-related social sciences before entering journalism, mostly working at Construction News. He left in 1998 to broaden his experience as a consultant, researcher, and commentator.

He has written or contributed to many reports for construction bodies such as CIOB, CIC, NHBC, and CPA and worked for other organisations such as Arcadis, Arup, BRE, RLB, and Turner & Townsend. He annually edits the HBF/NHBC Housing Market Intelligence report and Barbour ABI’s Home Improvers report and writes monthly for RIBA Journal.
He sits on the BEIS construction statistics committee and ONS construction statistics steering group. 

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Noble Francis

Noble is the Economics Director at the Construction Products Association, where he oversees one of the most respected teams of economists in the industry, producing the quarterly Construction Industry Forecasts, Construction Trade Surveys, State of Trade Surveys and various bespoke research. 

With a Masters Degree in Economics and a PhD in Applied Econometrics, Noble has over 15 years of experience producing economic forecasts. He and his team’s work are regularly featured in the Financial Times and other dailies, numerous UK construction trade press, television and radio. 

In 2018 Noble was appointed Honorary Professor at the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management at UCL.

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We have created an interactive Smart Map to let you easily visualise key details of the projects in the pipeline, and to provide knowledge and clear understanding of where infrastructure investment is being made and by whom. 

The map reflects government's commitment to economic growth and a flourishing economy, with £379 billion of planned investment - £164 billion of which is scheduled to occur by 2024/25.

Access the map to discover key details, such as: sector, status, value, timing, and region of each project in the pipeline.

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As the market leading provider of construction project information, we strive to allow our clients to access the very best, accurate and up-to-date data on construction projects and the key decision makers that are involved.

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The overall pipeline is not a statement of need or a commitment to undertake all or any specific projects or programmes shown. All of the publicly funded elements of the infrastructure and construction pipeline represent announced government projects or spending commitments, in line with funding agreed for the 2021 Spending Review period (which set departmental budgets to 2024/25). Public spending beyond 2024/25 will be confirmed within the next Spending Review. In a number of other sectors, such as energy, the decision to go ahead with individual projects will be determined by the market.

National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline 2023

The pipeline is based on unaudited administrative data and should not be considered as national statistics or as official statistics. The data is owned by Departments, Local Authorities or Companies that provided it.  Anyone using the pipeline data does so at their own risk and no responsibility is accepted by HM Government for any loss or liability which may arise from such use directly or indirectly.  In preparing and collating this National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline, sensitive information has been removed for reasons of confidentiality, linked to commercial sensitivity or national security.