UK resilience questioned

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MORE frequent extreme weather events will make it increasingly difficult to operate our infrastructure networks in all conditions at the level of service we expect, and our expectations of availability will need to change, according to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

In its State of the Nation: Infrastructure 2014 report published on 25 June – a “scorecard” report which grades the UK’s Transport, Energy, Flood, Waste and Water networks from A to E – the engineering body said more needed to be done if we are to have world class infrastructure – in particular on the issue of resiliency.

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