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Surrey Infrastructure Capacity Project

The Surrey Infrastructure Capacity Project began in late 2008, with a remit to develop a replicable model for identifying current infrastructure capacity and future infrastructure and service needs

The key driver for this pioneering initiative was the need to manage Surrey's projected population, employment and housing growth and existing infrastructure deficits. The aim was to develop an infrastructure blueprint against which all infrastructure and service providers could deliver. The project involved all 12 Surrey councils, key infrastructure providers, including water and energy companies, transport and education, all emergency services, the PCT and business representative organisations


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