How government and private investors can work better together for public good

In recent months in the UK, both the Conservative and Labour parties have announced big plans to mobilise private investment for policy priorities. There is huge potential to work with investors to direct more capital to housing, transport, education, health and other sectors, and many examples, from the UK and internationally, that are now ready to be replicated at scale. But lessons must also be learnt from the past to improve outcomes for everyone, writes Sarah Gordon.

Investment in the UK, both public and private, is chronically low compared to its peers, with the country ranking last among G7 countries on this measure. All UK political parties recognise that there is an urgent need to address this in order to boost economic growth, address regional disparities and fund a sustainable transition to net zero.

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