Copper x BMG: Weekly election report

19th June 2024

Download the report here.

 

Our second weekly report not only tracks overall voting intention but also offers insight into how policies relating to infrastructure are being viewed by voters.  The report preview can be found by clicking below.

 

Key findings include:

– Labour’s lead remains solid at 20 points, as campaign passes halfway point
– Voters trust Labour over Tories and Lib Dems to hit net zero targets for 2035
– Uncertainty about whether Starmer can keep promises

 

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

🚆 Download the Transport summary here.

 

Find the latest on the Labour Manifesto and what this means for Energy and Infrastructure and Water through our summary.

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

Download the Energy and Water summary here.

 

Find the latest on the Labour Manifesto and what this means for Energy and Water through our summary.

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

 

Download the summary here.

Find the latest on the Conservative Manifesto and what this means for Energy and Infrastructure through our summary.

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

Download the report here.

 

Our second weekly report not only tracks overall voting intention but also offers insight into how policies relating to infrastructure are being viewed by voters.  The report preview can be found by clicking below.

To discover the full report, register for our event online. ⬇️

This event will dive into the early polling and how policies relating to infrastructure are being viewed by voters.

📍online
⏰ 12:30pm – 1:30pm
📆 Thursday 13th of June

 

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

Download the briefing here.

Find the latest on the Labour Energy Policy through our briefing that explains what this means for projects and businesses.

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

Download the report here.

 

We are excited to announce that during the election campaign, Copper has teamed up with BMG (both part of the RSK group) to offer a weekly election polling service.

 

Our first weekly report not only tracks overall voting intention but offers insight into how policies relating to infrastructure are being viewed by voters.  The full report can be found by clicking below.

 

Key findings include:

 

1. Great British Energy has widespread popular support and crucially is getting traction during the early weeks of the campaign. Support for GBE was as high as it has been since we started tracking

2. Labour is more trusted by voters to deliver than the Conservatives on almost all policy areas, including energy

3. Labours’ plans to build on the green belt look like one of their least popular policies, but there is a big split on this between young and old.

 

To discuss the findings in more detail, and to discuss how your organisation can make sure they are prepared for the election please email Patrick Traynor.

Download the report here.

 

We’ve interviewed more than 1,500 members of the public to understand how important they consider the climate challenge to be for the next Government.
To understand the challenges and opportunities around ensuring we have adequate climate policies, we need to put ourselves in the shoes of politicians to comprehend what is likely to drive voter decision-making at the ballot box at the next general election. We also need to understand the kind of government the UK public wants.
Our report features insights into:
  • The current voting intent
  • Issues impacting voters today
  • Where the next government should invest
  • The need for the public to understand the link between the economy and new low-carbon power generation
  • Energy in Scotland and Wales

 

Contact us for further information.

Download the report here.

 

On Tuesday 30 April 2024, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) published six guidance notes for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs), all of which can be accessed from a central ‘National Infrastructure Planning Guidance Portal’.

The guidance has been produced in recognition of the Planning Act now being in operation for over a decade, and reflects several changes made to the guidance over that time. It also reflects the engagement DLUHC has had with users on its ‘clarity and helpfulness’ along with good practice, presumably from projects that have been/are going through the DCO process over this decade-plus period.

The report covers:
  • Updated guidance including Acceptance, pre-examination and examination
  • New guidance
  • Fast-track guidance
  • What does the guidance mean and what’s next?
  • How Copper can support

 

Contact us for further information.