Webinar: The National Infrastructure Strategy - Key considerations for a modern Britain with Professor Brian Collins, UCL

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With the government making large committments to infrastructure in the Spring 2020 Budget, Professor Brian Collins, shares some insights into what key considerations need to be made ahead of the National Infrastructure Strategy being published in order to ensure the stratgey truly meets the needs of modern Britain.

  • Professor Brian Collins

    Professor of Engineering Policy & Director of the International Centre for Infrastructure Futures

    University College London

    Brian Collins is Professor of Engineering Policy at UCL, and is Director of the International Centre for Infrastructure Futures (ICIF). He served as specialist adviser to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry into scientific infrastructure in 2013 and 2014. Before joining UCL, he served as Chief Scientific Advisor (CSA) to two Government departments (Transport 2006-11; Business Innovation and Skills 2009-11), with responsibility for overseeing science, engineering and technological activities, and ensuring that rigorous science and engineering evidence is used systematically throughout both Departments’ policy processes (particularly including investment policy).


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