Features

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...

1 March 2015 - Election View 2015

With just two months until the UK goes to the polls, we ask the infrastructure community for their thoughts on what many expect to be the closest election battle for a generation Read more...

1 March 2015 - Handle With Care

China’s plans for a PPP programme has caught the world’s attention, but there are many hurdles to overcome before it can become a top destination for investors. Paul Jarvis reports Read more...

1 March 2015 - Bridging the Divide

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has launched a new unit to help address countries’ PPP skills. James Kenny finds out more Read more...

1 March 2015 - Country Watch – Egypt

Egypt’s PPP market has shown considerable resilience after years of political turmoil. Dan Colombini reports on the new opportunities now on the horizon Read more...

1 February 2015 - A Problem That Doesn’t Exist?

Are public sector financial products examples of misguided political intervention, or pragmatic solutions to a continuing threat, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 February 2015 - Growing Pains

A mixture of reduced government funding and an increasing perception of universities as businesses has made them a fertile ground for PPP investment around the world, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 February 2015 - Out of the Ashes

Ireland’s government has put PPPs at the heart of its plans for economic recovery. The latest Financing Irish Infrastructure conference suggests it is a model for success, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 February 2015 - Country Watch – Spain

Spain’s PPP market has been limping along since it bore the brunt of the global financial crisis. Dan Colombini reports on how the municipalities are at the forefront of a resurgence Read more...

1 December 2014 - Getting Together

Close collaboration across the public sector will drive a new health estate, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 December 2014 - Still On Hold

Firm plans for a number of new projects have put the spotlight back on Norway, but can it get a strong PPP pipeline off the ground, asks James Kenny Read more...

1 December 2014 - A Year in Focus

As 2014 draws to a close, we asked some leading industry figures to give their view on the highlights of the PPP market over the past year and what challenges they face going into the New Year Read more...

1 December 2014 - A Year in Focus

As 2014 draws to a close, we asked some leading industry figures to give their view on the highlights of the PPP market over the past year and what challenges they face going into the New Year Read more...

1 December 2014 - A Year in Focus

As 2014 draws to a close, we asked some leading industry figures to give their view on the highlights of the PPP market over the past year and what challenges they face going into the New Year Read more...

1 December 2014 - Country Watch – Greece

With an economy hit badly by the global recession, the Greek PPP market is now showing signs of repair. Dan Colombini reports on how the country is beginning to attract international investors once more Read more...

1 November 2014 - The Illusionist

Although considered Europe’s economic powerhouse, Germany’s infrastructure pipeline is starting to look a bit thin. Can things be fixed, asks James Kenny Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Balfour Beatty 1458 mill
2 Amber Infrastructure 1097.5 mill
3 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 1039 mill
4 Carillion 990 mill
5 Equitix 980 mill