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TA selected for Welsh schools

The Welsh government has appointed a technical adviser to initiate procurement for its schools programme under the Mutual Investment Model (MIM).Read more

In Depth

PPP Awards 2017

8 January 2018 - Sydney’s Shangri-La hotel played host to the inaugural PPP Awards, celebrating the best projects and teams working in the sector across the Asia-Pacific region Read more...

Capacity Building

8 January 2018 - The roundtable session preceding the inaugural PPP Awards in Sydney highlighted that very different markets across very different jurisdictions share one concern: market capacity. Amanda Nicholls reports Read more...

Joined Up Value

8 January 2018 - Land value capture continues to be the global buzzword for infrastructure development. Paul Jarvis discovers that with careful planning and joined-up thinking, the concept could deliver a housebuilding boom Read more...

Land of Promise

8 January 2018 - Significant increases in population, combined with a government willing to embrace private investment, gave a feeling of positivity to the fifth annual Financing Irish Infrastructure conference – even if it was still awaiting the 10-year Capital Plan. Pau Read more...

Still Hungry

1 December 2017 - The market for PPP investment in the UK and Europe may be dwindling, but appetite from the private sector remains there – despite recent difficulties. Marina Formoso reports on what the industry is doing to get infrastructure built Read more...

Crowd Funding

1 December 2017 - Investors are often suspicious of multilateral development banks crowding them out. Paul Jarvis investigates why the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank might be different Read more...

Latest News

Govt ‘should consider PPP for roads’

24 January 2018 - The UK government needs to introduce dynamic road user charging over the “long-term” and consider new PPP models to boost investment in the country’s road network, a new report has claimed.Read more...

Public ‘comfortable’ with PPP despite Carillion

24 January 2018 - A new survey has found that the vast majority of people do not view PPPs negatively, despite the recent unfavourable press reports in the wake of the Carillion collapse.Read more...

Housing needs financing ‘step-change’

24 January 2018 - Efforts to build 300,000 new homes a year in the UK will require a new approach to financing in the sector, the head of the Housing & Finance Institute (HFI) has said.Read more...

Labour intervenes in Haringey project

24 January 2018 - Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC) has stepped into the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) project.Read more...

Partner sought for Leicestershire leisure scheme

23 January 2018 - A council in Leicestershire has issued a request for expressions of interest to develop a leisure centre.Read more...

Director joins John Laing Capital Management

23 January 2018 - A former Green Investment Bank head has taken up his role as a director of the investment adviser to the John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN).Read more...

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The siren call of ‘bring-backery’

There is a pernicious and increasing trend towards a belief that things were ‘better in the past’. This must be combatted if real progress can be achieved

Relaunch of websites - February 2018