“As we know, and as we have long said, flood resilience is very important in light of the rising flood risk. We continue to stress the need for a sustained, targeted government investment programme in flood management, in terms of both new projects and maintenance. Insurers view this as primarily the responsibility of central government,” a spokesperson for the he Association of British Insurers told Post.
The spokesperson also said that "all parties should commit to developing a single UK infrastructure investment plan with a 20‑year time horizon. This should cover all proposed capital expenditure across all sectors, including those planned by the devolved.
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