We are providing £22bn of infrastructure finance to tackle climate change and support regional and local economic growth across the United Kingdom.


Latest news

Clean energy to be largest sector for investment in £22bn Infrastructure Bank plan

23 June 2022

The UK Infrastructure Bank’s new £22bn plan to tackle climate change and boost regional growth will make clean energy the largest sector for investment.

You can read more about the strategy.

The UK Infrastructure Bank welcomes the appointment of its new non-executive directors

09 June 2022

Ahead of the UK Infrastructure Bank’s one-year anniversary later this month, HM Treasury has today announced that the Chancellor has made four new appointments to the UKIB Board. The new non-executive directors collectively bring a wealth of experience in infrastructure finance, policy making, economics and green investments, across both the public and private sector.

You can read more about the appointments.

Governance and strategy

We are wholly owned and backed by HM Treasury, but we will be operationally independent.

Our relationship with HM Treasury is set out in our Framework Document.

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"The UK Infrastructure Bank will accelerate our ambitions for tackling climate change and levelling up, while creating new opportunities across the UK as part of our Plan for Jobs."

Rishi Sunak

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Our mandate

We will lend to local and mayoral authorities for strategic and high value projects and invest in infrastructure projects alongside the private sector, crowding-in private sector capital.

Help tackle climate change, particularly meeting our net zero emissions target by 2050.

Our core objectives

Support regional and local economic growth through better connectivity, opportunities for new jobs and higher levels of productivity.

If you have a project that you would like to discuss with us, please get in touch.