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Businesses need clarity and commitment as Airports Commission consultation closes, says KPMG

James Stamp, KPMG’s head of transport, comments as Airports Commission consultation closes on its inner Thames estuary study outputs
Modified date: 08/09/2014
Press release

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
Press release

HS2 could deliver annual £15billion boost to the economy, KPMG analysis finds

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: 18/08/2014
Press release

Airlines: Intense competition will provide benefits to customers in terms of both choice and price, says KPMG

James Stamp, KPMG’s Global Head of Aviation, comments on the back of IATA’s updated profit forecast for the global airline
Modified date: 17/08/2014
Press release

Airlines: Unprecedented levels of fleet replacement may lead to lower airline ticket prices, says KPMG report

Increased competition among airlines due to continuing capacity growth may lead to lower airline ticket prices in the coming months and years
Modified date: 15/08/2014
Press release

2013 set to be record year for transport infrastructure deals, says KPMG

Deal values for global transactions of transport infrastructure assets including airports, ports and road operations have risen steeply since the beginning of the year
Modified date: 11/08/2014
Press release