There has always been risk involved in the private infrastructure and there is not much connection between the objectives of public policy and detailed framework which can be underpinned by the private sector. The government mainly aims on the reduction of carbon which has been established through primary legislation and has to go together with the right incentives and policy which maintains the investment made in the private sector.
It is being regularly planned by the companies to invest in UK infrastructure where land is used for framing framework. There are several bodies that finance on infrastructure, including the mayor of London which funds through tax increment financing. This includes both the public as well the private sector to invest on the infrastructure through increased tax receipts. Taxes are paid by the people and the part of which is being recycled in the form of grants to the government of London and are accompanied by restrictions on how to spend that money. The infrastructure is provided by monopoly naturally and is subject to failure by the regulators of economy and thus protects the customer from being abused by power of monopoly which is done either by creating promotions or through acting as proxy market. There is always a requirement to improve the London’s performance in disposing the waste water and the waste materials. With the increasing demand and the ever increasing customers the transport infrastructure in London is struggling to sustain. This demand and customer satisfaction can be met by investing more on the infrastructure, through changing the various policies and by improving the efficiency which should be supported by the transparency.