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Last edited 07 Aug 2015
All Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure
All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs or APGs) are informal cross-party parliamentary groups run by and for Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. They may involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament.
It brought together 40 parliamentarians and representatives from industry to discuss the issues surrounding infrastructure, the use of underground space, planning and delivery. It aimed to highlight the importance of infrastructure to the economy and to society and arrange a programme of visits, discussions and receptions to inform members.
- Neil Carmichael MP (Chair of the Education Select Committee).
- Alan Brown MP (a civil engineer).
- Mark Prisk MP.
- Dr Alan Whitehead MP.
- Kelvin Hopkins MP.
- Lord Berkeley.
- Lord Chidgey.
Hammond said, “…the group will make the case for infrastructure in Parliament”
Secretariat to Group is provided by ICE and the British Tunnelling Society.
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