The first print edition of Infrastructure Intelligence for 2019 features a new design, says editor Andy Walker in his latest editor's comment.
Let’s hope that 2019 will bring more certainty and confidence to our industry so that we can move forward with speed and efficiency to deliver the much-needed infrastructure projects the UK so desperately requires.
It’s somewhat disappointing that the year begins, like last year, with still unanswered questions about Brexit and the state of the economy. The politicians really need to get their act together on this issue and sort out what is rapidly becoming a mess. It’s also probably time for the sector’s representative bodies and key leaders to come together and speak out to inject a dose of reality into the current debate. With the clock ticking, politicians and the country might just take note of what they have to say.
Here at Infrastructure Intelligence, we have started the year by refreshing the design of the magazine, which has remained largely unchanged since we were launched back in May 2014. We think that the new changes make our articles easier to read and enable us to use photography and imagery to best effect. We hope you like the new look.
As usual, the magazine is packed with a diverse collection of news, views and opinion and we are always grateful to you our readers for providing us with material, comment and pictures to ensure that we cover the issues that you want to read about. Do keep keeping in touch with us because all your feedback is welcome.
Andy Walker is the editor of Infrastructure Intelligence.