The Aldersgate Group has called for the UK government to provide long-term visibility and transparency on policy direction in a bid to overcome barriers to green infrastructure investment. On Monday 12 March, it published the Towards the New Normal: Increasing Investment in the UK’s Green Infrastructure report, which noted that up to £693bn in investment in low-carbon infrastructure would be needed by 2031 to achieve policy objectives. It made 30 recommendations for government, business and investors to unlock greater volumes of private investment, including: the introduction of flexible and smart regulation to generate reliable revenue streams, to adjust financial regulations to encourage long-term investment in green infrastructure and to ensure all planned infrastructure spending passes a “green test”.