The Hardest Jobs in Net Zero
How do you deliver major road projects while driving towards net zero? In our new series, The Hardest Jobs in […]Read the full article
What does the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement mean for infrastructure?
Just a couple of months have passed since Kwasi Kwarteng delivered the now infamous mini budget and Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn […]Download PDF
The Logistics Sector – What do the public think, and how can the sector best engage with communities?
Logistics makes up the backbone of the UK economy. Without the organised transport of goods, equipment, and produce, our way […]Download PDF
Past, present and future: The infrastructure lifecycle from the perspective of communities
In our latest insight report, Copper looks at the impact of major infrastructure projects through the eyes of the communities […]Download PDF
Public attitudes to local transport
As we begin to see more scrutiny over the public purse in post-Covid Britain, we may see a proportion of […]Download PDF
The Water Pipeline Readiness and reassurance: A study of public attitudes to water infrastructure
After one of the warmest and driest summers on record, hosepipe bans announced in parts of the country and questions […]Download PDF
Labour Party Conference 2022: Overview of infrastructure commitments
The Labour Party Conference in Liverpool this week gave Keir Starmer the opportunity to present the case for what Labour […]Download PDF
What does the new Chancellor’s Growth Plan mean for infrastructure?
Copper Consultancy has explored the policies announced today in the Growth Plan 2022 with a particular focus on what they […]Download PDF
The UK’s new Prime Minister: Truss and the future of infrastructure
After a protracted campaign amid the energy and cost of living crises, Liz Truss has emerged triumphant as the new […]Download PDF
Does community matter?
The third in our three-part Attitudes series exploring how different people think and feel about infrastructure.Download PDF