UKWA stands ready to support NIC survey

November 28, 2017

UKWA has warmly welcomed the announcement that Chancellor Hon Philip Hammond MP has instructed the next in-depth study to be undertaken by the National Infrastructure Commission on the future of freight.

Says CEO Peter Ward, “We are delighted that at last the importance of freight movements in the urban environment has been placed high on the agenda by the government in planning a sustainable future that meets the needs of rising populations with rapidly changing demands.

UKWA will make available its landmark Feeding London 2030 report on city logistics and its 2015 white paper, in association with Savills, on the lack of warehousing space, to help support the scope and parameters of the NIC study.

Read the announcement here: [pdf-embedder url=”https://www.ukwa.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Response-to-NIC-Survey-web-post.pdf” title=”Response to NIC Survey web post”]

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