Copper’s six key takeaways from the Government’s Energy White Paper
On Monday 14 December, the Government published its long-awaited Energy White Paper. It builds on the PM’s recent ten point […]Read the full article
What does the Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ Agenda mean for the regeneration of Britain’s much-loved coastline?
With increased resource being allocated to the regeneration of towns and cities across the UK, Account Executive Harry Britten explores […]Read the full article
What can infrastructure learn from vaccinations in a pandemic?
This article first appeared in Infrastructure Intelligence on 7 December Vaccination may seem distant from infrastructure, but both face common […]Read the full article
Copper Consultancy’s latest research – Attitudes to economic development
Earlier this week we released the latest in their series of insights into public attitudes, entitled: Public attitudes to economic […]Read the full article
The Path to Net Zero: Challenges and Opportunities
Alex Rowntree, Account Executive at Copper Consultancy, discusses what the Prime Minister’s Ten-Point Plan means for the race to Net […]Read the full article
How stakeholder engagement can help unlock transport innovation
UK roads, railways and airspace are some of the most congested infrastructure in the world. As demand increases, more people […]Read the full article
Virtual Party Conference Season: What does it mean for infrastructure and development?
This year (2020), all of the major political parties held their annual conferences online. Laura Cunliffe-Hall explores the key announcements […]Read the full article
White Paper underlines ‘engage early’ ethos – but plan-makers must beware digital exclusion
The Government published its White Paper on Planning for the Future last month, sparking debate on whether its proposals would […]Read the full article
Delivering the National Infrastructure Commission’s Vision
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) recently released a report urging government to increase the UK’s renewables target from 50% to […]Read the full article