Osborne drops budget surplus target

Chancellor George Osborne is abandoning plans to turn the country’s budget deficit into a surplus by 2020, raising the prospect of enabling more money to be spent on infrastructure.Read more

In Depth

Partnerships Awards 2016

1 June 2016 - See all the winners from this year's Partnerships Awards Read more...

Loosening the Bonds

1 June 2016 - The European Investment Bank’s Project Bonds Credit Enhancement initiative has completed its initial phase. So what is next for the instrument, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

Water World

3 May 2016 - Demand for new water infrastructure is set to soar over the remainder of this decade, but is PPP always the right solution, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

No More Belgian Waffle

3 May 2016 - Belgium has been hit as hard as any European nation by the uncompromising approach to ESA10 taken by Eurostat. Paul Jarvis finds out what efforts are being made to tackle the problem Read more...

Country Watch – Canada

3 May 2016 - A new wave of investment is on the horizon in Canada. P3 Bulletin editor Dan Colombini reports on how the Liberal government has sparked new opportunities for an already solid PPP market Read more...

Latest News

MPs warn over devolution oversight

1 July 2016 - A committee of MPs has raised concerns about the oversight and implementation of devolution deals across the UK, insisting that central government needs to do more to protect taxpayers’ money.Read more...

Edinburgh backs City Region Deal

1 July 2016 - The City of Edinburgh Council has approved a commitment to the Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region DealRead more...

ICE backs devolution for infra

30 June 2016 - The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has called for infrastructure to be placed at the heart of the devolution agenda to help boost local growth.Read more...

WSP won't up Sweett offer

30 June 2016 - Consultancy WSP has said it will not increase its offer to buy Sweett Group, paving the way for the firm to be acquired by Currie & Brown.Read more...

John Laing planning £80m PPP investments

30 June 2016 - Investor John Laing is eyeing PPP investments totalling £80m in the second half of this year, according to the firm’s latest trading update.Read more...


Total chaos

The biggest change to the UK’s status in a generation; a power vacuum emerging in Westminster; threats of a break-up of Great Britain. But what of infrastructure?

Andre Palacios, executive editor at the Philippines PPP Center, discusses the agency’s plans following the election of a new president

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Linklaters 1297 mill
2 Allen & Overy 1000 mill
3 Hogan Lovells 1000 mill
4 Pinsent Masons 322 mill
5 Ashurst 297 mill

Project Tracker

Date Project Title Current Status Capital Value
14 January 2016 UK: Penryn Student Residential Accommodation Project Advertised £50.00m
11 January 2016 UK: Ayr Academy Learning Campus Project Signed £25.00m
23 November 2015 UK: Forfar Community Campus project Project Signed £37.28m
4 November 2015 UK: St Andrews uni student housing Advertised
15 October 2015 UK: Goldsmiths University of London Student Housing Transfer Project Signed £50.40m
Date Project Title Current Status Capital Value
8 January 2016 UK: Royal Cornwall Hospitals SEP Shortlist
14 December 2015 UK: Midland Metropolitan Hospital Project Signed £297.00m
11 August 2015 UK: Cylch Caron Extra Care Housing - Ceredigion In Planning £1000.00m
21 May 2015 UK: Manchester hospitals strategic property partner Advertised £200.00m
10 April 2015 UK: Orkney Balfour hospital project Shortlist £59.00m
Date Project Title Current Status Capital Value
27 April 2016 UK: Northallerton regeneration PPP Advertised
8 March 2016 Poland: office building PPP Advertised
8 October 2015 UK: Thurrock Council Housing Estate Regeneration Advertised
8 June 2015 UK: London Meridian Water development Advertised £1.50bn
15 January 2015 UK: Brighton King Alfred Leisure Centre Shortlist £140.00m
Date Project Title Current Status Capital Value
27 April 2016 UK: Bristol car park PPP Advertised
12 December 2014 UK: Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route Project Signed £745.00m
30 September 2014 UK: Mersey Gateway Crossing Project Project Signed £450.00m
21 February 2014 M8, M73 AND M74 MOTORWAY IMPROVEMENTS Project Signed £415.00m
22 January 2014 STAFFORDSHIRE HIGHWAYS PARTNERSHIP Preferred Bidder £800.00m
Date Project Title Current Status Capital Value
21 January 2016 UK: Gloucestershire Waste PPP Project Signed £180.00m
13 January 2016 UK: Dundee and Angus Waste PPP Shortlist
14 October 2015 Scotland: Clyde Valley Residual Waste Preferred Bidder £700.00m
8 October 2015 UK: Cheshire East waste JV Advertised £16.00m
2 October 2015 UK: Isle of Wight waste PPP Project Signed £225.00m