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Will the Exchequer back Transport for the North's plans to deliver the network the North deserves?
Andy Murray

12 February 2019

Andy Murray, head of infrastructure at RSM, said: ‘In the age of short termism, it is refreshing to see Transport for the North (TfN) publish a 30-year investment plan.

RSM comments on Heathrow third runway decision
Andy Murray

06 June 2018

Andy Murray, partner at RSM, said: ‘Today’s decision marks the next step forward for Heathrow’s third runway as the Government’s Economic Sub-Committee approved the Airport National Policy Statement ahead of the parliamentary vote on 11 July.

RSM reacts to infrastructure update in this week's Spring Statement
Andy Murray

15 March 2018

Andy Murray, head of infrastructure at RSM reacts to this week's spring statement

RSM reacts to new vision for rail investment in the North West
Andy Murray

26 February 2018

Andy Murray, partner and co-lead for infrastructure at RSM, said: ‘The West and Wales Strategic Rail Prospectus sets out a clear vision to maximise the opportunity that HS2 brings by proposing four key transport hubs in the North West.

Digital strength and network stability
Andy Murray

18 January 2018

With the UK’s railway carrying more passengers than ever and demand continuing to rise, is there a plan in place to tackle this? Digital Railway is the industry’s improved plan to tackle the UK’s capacity issue by accelerating the digital modernisation of the railway. More trains will run on existing tracks – safer, faster and cheaper – helping to increase the impact of vital upgrades like HS2 and Crossrail.

What lessons can be learned from the failure of high profile programmes?
Andy Murray

13 November 2017

Recent headlines have documented the early termination of a Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 14 year long contract following a legal challenge from an unsuccessful bidder, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. In 2007, Metronet, responsible for two thirds of the Tube’s infrastructure collapsed, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. Are there links between the failures of these and other large scale programmes?

Are batteries and fuel cells the fifth element?
Andy Murray

15 September 2017

Experts have again warned that in order to meet the UK's long term climate goals, additional sources of low-carbon energy will be needed. Offshore wind farms and nuclear repeatedly hit the headlines but could batteries provide a solution?

How may recent events affect the UK’s infrastructure sector?
Alistair Hynd

03 July 2017

How will major events in the past 12 months such as Brexit, Trump’s election and a minority UK government, affect the infrastructure sector?

Infrastructure delivery plan to continue

25 November 2016

We forecast that existing projects in the infrastructure delivery plan would continue and that further investments would be announced.

Infrastructure

18 April 2016

Our infrastructure team have developed guidance for HM Treasury & the Cabinet Office.

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