Features

1 February 2016 - Electrifying the Market

Competitively tendered onshore transmission assets are gaining a lot of attention. Paul Jarvis reports on a potential market that is learning the lessons from OFTOs Read more...

1 February 2016 - New Direction

Transport is the name of the game as African countries look to turn rhetoric into reality, but are they trying to do too much, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 February 2016 - And Now For Something Completely Different

The UK has seen it all when it comes to privately financed infrastructure, but a new blood, cell and tissue centre in Scotland provided some very unique challenges. Paul Jarvis went to find out how it was done Read more...

1 February 2016 - Country Watch – Australia

Despite recent political upheaval, the Australian PPP market is still a leading light on the world stage. Dan Colombini reports on the opportunities and issues that exist Down Under Read more...

7 December 2015 - The New Normal

A new body with wide-ranging powers and a remit to come up with a long-term infrastructure plan. It could be 2010 all over again, but how will the new Infrastructure Commission and the latest incarnation of IUK work together, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

7 December 2015 - Waiting for Dawn

Sweden’s Infrastructure Commission has backed the use of PPPs for new investments, but will it be enough to lure international investors, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

7 December 2015 - Murphy’s Law

November’s Financing Irish Infrastructure conference offered some hope for a sceptical PPP market, reports Amanda Nicholls Read more...

7 December 2015 - Country Watch – Portugal

Having suffered throughout the global financial crisis, Portugal is suffering something of a PPP hangover, reports Marina Formoso Read more...

1 November 2015 - Fund Management

As the UK roads sector gets ready for a revolutionary shift in funding, James Kenny looks at the winding path ahead Read more...

1 November 2015 - Rehabilitation Nation

After the global financial crisis decimated Spain’s construction industry, there are tentative signs that things could be starting to improve. Marina Formoso asks whether its health PPP market can overcome political and economic hurdles Read more...

1 November 2015 - All Systems Go

Scotland remains a strong market, but accounting issues continue to cast a long shadow Read more...

1 November 2015 - Country Watch – Austria

Surrounded by a number of active PPP markets such as Germany and Croatia, Austria has been overshadowed by its neighbours. Is it time to step out of the shadows, asks James Kenny Read more...

1 October 2015 - Any Port in a Storm

Ports can offer the partnerships industry a refuge as projects proliferate, but why have they become so popular with procurers, asks James Kenny Read more...

1 October 2015 - Coming to America

With a realistic pipeline beginning to bear fruit in many states, the US is starting to attract interest from a variety of companies across the globe. But how can companies looking at the Land of the Free turn it into their Promised Land, asks P3 Bulletin editor Dan Colombini Read more...

1 October 2015 - An Urgent Revolution

In May, Renova Developments won the Best Operational Project at the Partnerships Awards. Paul Jarvis went to find out why, and what the industry can learn from it Read more...

1 October 2015 - Country Watch – Indonesia

Indonesia has a clear goal to accelerate the country’s infrastructure and recognises the importance that PPP can play, reports James Kenny Read more...

25 August 2015 - Land Grab

Capturing the uplift in land value created by infrastructure may seem like a good idea, but making it work is far harder, explains Paul Jarvis Read more...

25 August 2015 - Needing an Energy Boost

From cutting green subsidies, to the sale of the government’s stake in the Green Investment Bank, the UK’s renewable energy industry is facing uncertain times. What does it all mean for investors, asks James Kenny Read more...

25 August 2015 - Country Watch: Kenya

Some investors may still be cautious of Africa, but Kenya has been laying the foundations of a PPP industry, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 July 2015 - House of Cards

Housing remains one of the biggest issues affecting UK politics, but despite a range of options there is still a lack of action on the ground. Paul Jarvis reports Read more...

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The drive to make savings in the NHS will offer plenty of challenges, and some opportunities

Christopher Healy, Counsel in Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team on the prospects for transport infrastructure in Africa

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Amber Infrastructure 3537.3 mill
2 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 3500 mill
3 DIF 2800 mill
4 Dalmore Capital 2800 mill
5 Swiss Life 2800 mill