In the six government departments most affected by Brexit, preparations for leaving the EU will cost at least £400m in the 2017/18 financial year.
How competing needs and perspectives can be balanced to improve three vital aspects of infrastructure policy: time, quality and cost.
The turnover of ministers is impeding the Government's progress on Brexit, major projects and the challenges for public services.
The IfG provides opportunities for professional development for ministers, MPs and peers.
Ministers are hampering progress towards their own objective of increasing private investment in UK infrastructure at a good price.
Key options and trade-offs for the Government's future trade relationship with the EU.
Government has spent £639m on public inquiries over the last 30 years. However, the process for following up on recommendations is inadequate.
The UK rarely ends up in the European Court of Justice, and when it does it wins its cases more often than most EU member states.
The Government should create a new commission to involve local people in major infrastructure projects.