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Government’s Northern Powerhouse blueprint should be just the start, says KPMG

Chris Hearld, chairman of KPMG in the North, comments on the publication by the Department for Transport on its blueprint for connecting the Northern Powerhouse
Modified date: 11/08/2015
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Summer Budget: Oyster card system “won’t improve the North’s crumbling rail network”

Summer Budget: Chris Hearld, chairman for KPMG in the North, comment on the summer budget 2015.
Modified date: 08/07/2015
Press release

Airports Commission findings will give UK PLC clarity and direction, says KPMG

James Stamp, global head of aviation at KPMG comments on Airports Commission’s recommendations for expanding aviation capacity
Modified date: 01/07/2015
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61% of toll road operators struggle to identify foreign cars in case of violation, finds KPMG survey

With the growing prevalence of Open Road Tolling and Electronic Toll Collection, enforcement of payment to use toll roads has become a major challenge.
Modified date: 17/06/2015
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M&A activity in Transport sector to hit over £40bn by the end of 2015, says KPMG report

In 2015, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the Transport and Logistics sector will supersede the levels seen in 2014, according to KPMG’s latest Transport Tracker.
Modified date: 08/04/2015
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Autumn Statement 2014: Kids fly for free but Airline Passenger Duty still up in the air

The abolition of Airline Passenger Duty for children is a welcome boost to the airline leisure market, and good news for families too.
Modified date: 03/12/2014
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Will Santa’s helpers be able to deliver this Christmas?

With Christmas fast approaching, delivery companies are feeling the pressure to fulfil retailers’ expectations
Modified date: 25/11/2014
Press release

London's and the UK's airport capacity expansion is urgent

Richard Threlfall, KPMG's UK head of infrastructure Comments on the Airports Commission’s decision to reject the plan for a Thames estuary airport
Modified date: 08/10/2014
Press release

HS2 could deliver annual £15billion boost to the economy

New analysis by KPMG shows HS2 could boost the country’s economy by £15billion per year and that regions will be the biggest winners from the project
Modified date: 02/10/2014
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2013 set to be record year for transport infrastructure deals

Deal values for global transactions of transport infrastructure assets have risen steeply since the beginning of the year
Modified date: 02/10/2014
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Airlines: Levels of fleet replacement may lead to lower prices

Increased competition among airlines due to continuing capacity growth may lead to lower airline ticket prices in the coming months and years
Modified date: 01/10/2014
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Businesses need clarity and commitment as Airports Commission consultation closes

James Stamp, KPMG’s head of transport, comments as Airports Commission consultation closes on its inner Thames estuary study outputs
Modified date: 01/10/2014
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Transport projects dominate UK Government Construction Pipeline, says KPMG report

Analysis of the UK Government’s Construction Pipeline highlights that transport projects dominate construction spend at £66.2bn
Modified date: 08/09/2014
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HS3 could rebalance UK economy, says KPMG

Richard Threlfall, Partner and UK Head of IBC, comments On the back of the Government announcing plans for a high-speed rail link, HS3.
Modified date: 12/08/2014
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