Civil Engineers call for £1.3 trillion boost from next London Mayor

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Civil Engineers call for £1.3 trillion boost from next London Mayor

The next Mayor of London must be "radical and innovative" when it comes to the capital's infrustrature.

The warning comes from experts from the Institute of Civil Engineers who say the next person elected in May must find ways to pay for the £1.3 Trillion investment needed by 2050.

They've released a manifesto for London Infrastructure, setting out 10 recommendations for the future Mayor.

Lawrie Quinn from the Institution of Civil Engineers explains.

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