Treasury takes the “user pays” route

27 November 2015

In this week's spending review the DfT copped the biggest percentage cut in non-capital (resource) expenditure (-37%), but became the biggest department for capital spending (its programme doubling from £6.1bn....

Resource grant cut means pain for TfL

27 November 2015

This was a spending settlement to which Transport for London acquiesced, rather than agreed. Gain on its capital investment programme was accompanied by short-term pain, through falling resource grants, with....

We need to capitalise on Osborne's momentum

20 November 2015

The chancellor's enthusiasm for transport, which has led to the creation of the National Infrastructure Commission, presents a huge opportunity which the industry must grasp

There was widespread enthusiasm for George....

27 November 2015
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David Leam @London_First and Jim Steer @SDGworld react to the Spending Review and Autumn Statement in our blog -