Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for Welsh Infrastructure

Posted by Simon McCann on
Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today.

Roads, housing and broadband are matters which are devolved to the Welsh Government, therefore none of the infrastructure spending initiatives directly benefit Wales. However, because of the Barnett formula, a rise in public spending in England means a consequential rise in Wales and the Chancellor confirmed that there would be a £400 million increase in the allocation to Wales.

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