S&P calculates that the UK’s current infrastructure investment deficit is at least £60 billion – and potentially as much as £200 billion

The need for greater investment in the UK’s infrastructure is widely recognised, not only to solve existing problems associated with aging or inadequate infrastructure, but also to encourage increased employment and spending in various sectors. That said, with current fiscal pressures limiting government spending on new projects, S&P’s Michael Wilkins and Aurelie Hariton-Fardad talk to Infrastructure Investor about how the private sector will need to play a bigger role to help fill the current deficit which is at least £60 billion, if not more.

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