Features

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...

1 July 2015 - A New Way Forward

Croatia is changing tack in its approach to the PPP model, with a new agency and new approach to projects. Can it deliver asks James Kenny Read more...

1 July 2015 - Missing Link

Sydney’s North West Rail Link - now known as Sydney Metro Northwest - won both ‘Best Transit Project’ and ‘Projects Grand Prix’ at the Partnerships Awards 2015. Amanda Nicholls asks what makes it so special Read more...

1 July 2015 - Country Watch: Turkey

A strong economy, a stable government, significant infrastructure needs and a government committed to using PPP to tackle them. Turkey has a lot to attract investors, and is starting to gain traction, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 June 2015 - Partnerships Awards 2015

The biggest night of the industry’s calendar once again brought the great and the good to the Westminster Park Plaza for a memorable evening Read more...

1 June 2015 - More is Less

Getting a small, social deal off the ground can be tricky for authorities that are relatively new to PPP. Bundling may be the answer, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 June 2015 - Home Grown

For all the talk of Africa’s potential to take up the PPP mantle from Europe, money is still not flowing into the continent. Amanda Nicholls looks at efforts to increase liquidity Read more...

1 June 2015 - Country Watch – Ukraine

Despite massive obstacles, Ukraine is admirably focused on building the right structure to improve its infrastructure and PPP future, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 May 2015 - Disjointed?

Central versus local; umbrella financing vehicle versus individual investment. The schools programme offers plenty of debate for future procurement approaches, whether under PF2 or not, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 May 2015 - In Their Sights

As defence budgets across Europe have continued to fall, the Nordic countries last year revealed plans for new investment through PPP. James Kenny explores what has happened since Read more...

1 May 2015 - The Central Choice

The Welsh government is attracting interest from investors with a small pipeline that offers bigger things to come. But questions of capacity continually cropped up at our conference, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 May 2015 - Country Watch – Vietnam

After years of little activity, Vietnam has begun to see the benefits of PPP. James Kenny reports on the opportunities now on the horizon Read more...

1 April 2015 - A Freeze is Coming

As Greece splutters its way towards renegotiating its position with the EU, the outcome will have major implications for the rest of the continent, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 April 2015 - Communication Lines

Five years ago, the Treasury talked of creating an environment for investment, moving away from the spoon-fed projects of the previous government. As the election looms, Paul Jarvis asks if it has succeeded Read more...

1 April 2015 - Playing Politics

Ongoing political changes in Australia could potentially disrupt the country’s flow, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 April 2015 - Country Watch – Kuwait

After the creation of new PPP laws last year, Kuwait looks set to fully embrace the model in 2015. Dan Colombini reports on rising opportunities in the country Read more...

1 March 2015 - Multipurpose

The contract between Capita and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation offers a whole new way of working for the public sector. As Paul Jarvis reports, the structure is more than just a Defence mechanism Read more...

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Corbynmania: The final nail in PFI’s coffin?

As the Labour leadership frontrunner’s bandwagon continues to roll, his popularity offers another chance to attack privately financed infrastructure

EBRD managing director for Infrastructure Thomas Maier talks about what they are doing to boost PPP investment

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Ashurst 953 mill
2 Pinsent Masons 829 mill
3 Allen & Overy 755 mill
4 Norton Rose Fulbright 745 mill
5 Shepherd & Wedderburn 745 mill