Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget 2020 revealed a host of investments in the roads, railways, and digital networks that will underpin growth over the coming decade.
Sunak committed to providing £200 million for local communities to build flood resilience and will double investment in flood defences over the next six years to £5.2 billion.
In total, around £640 billion will be invested in roads, railways, communications, schools, hospitals, and power networks across the UK by 2024-25.
The Government revealed it will publish a National Infrastructure Strategy later in the spring, and the CSR will provide full departmental spending plans.
Budget 2020 building commitments include:
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