Gas pipes for National Grid gas RIIO-2

Our plan is deliverable

Our plan is ambitious.

The checks we have made as part of our business planning processes give us confidence that it is also deliverable.

Our plan is deliverable

There are four key areas that we assess our plans against: people (including future workforce resilience), system access, delivery model, and supply chain.

Our people are key to delivering our ambitious plan. We have long-term plans to make sure we have a resilient, diverse, technically skilled and highly engaged workforce that is fit for the future.

System access becomes more constrained in RIIO-2 and beyond with an increasing asset investment plan. We have developed our plan over a 10-year period to demonstrate deliverability.

We have developed our portfolio planning delivery model and will continue to use our campaign approach, developed during RIIO-1, to drive successful and efficient delivery of work.

And we have a robust supply chain with access to a wide market to buy the goods and services we need.

We will keep the deliverability of our plan under review. Our planning cycle is a continuous process and our plan will continue to be refreshed in the lead up to and throughout RIIO-2.

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Business Plan Annexes

We have developed our access plan over a 10-yearperiod to demonstrate deliverability of our work plans forRIIO-2 and RIIO-3.

Sustainable workforce strategy
Our sustainable workforce strategy captures our long-term plans to make sure we have aresilient, diverse, technically skilled and highly engagedworkforce that is fit for the future.

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How you shaped our business plan

Here you can find information about how we consulted with our stakeholders on our business plan.

This includes webinars, reports and consultation documents and blogs supporting our business planning activities.

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