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Does age matter?

The second in our three-part Attitudes series exploring how different people think and feel about infrastructure.

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The Integrated Rail Plan

Transport Committee inquiry findings Today, the Transport Committee has released its mixed inquiry findings into the Integrated Rail Plan, the £96Bn flagship government […]

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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 […]

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How to build 1,000 football pitches of logistics space in 5 years

The number of business premises used for transport, logistics and warehousing in the UK has almost doubled over the past […]

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Engaging communities through archaeology

July sees the start of the Festival of Archaeology. The festival helps over half a million people participate in archaeology, […]

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New research shows having more infrastructure knowledge makes people more likely to engage in projects

Almost a third of the UK population have little or no knowledge about infrastructure. 78.9% of people without any knowledge […]

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Does infrastructure knowledge matter?

The first in our three-part Attitudes series exploring how different people think and feel about infrastructure.

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Using data to identify those most likely to engage with infrastructure

Copper abides by a fundamental principle: we build understanding before we act. We’ve measured public attitudes to infrastructure for over […]

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World Youth Skills Day

World Youth Skills Day celebrates the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment and entrepreneurship.   The construction industry […]

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