Features

11 July 2016 - Back to Basics

The growing interest in PPP in the Middle East is unavoidable, but patience is needed with a public sector that remains uncertain of what the model means, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

11 July 2016 - On the Move

Italy’s transport plans are likely to push the case for more PPP investment, reports Marina Formoso Read more...

11 July 2016 - Country Watch – Senegal

With a fledgling pipeline developing, Dan Colombini reports on how Senegal has positioned itself at the forefront of the rise in African PPPs Read more...

1 June 2016 - Partnerships Awards 2016

See all the winners from this year's Partnerships Awards Read more...

1 June 2016 - Loosening the Bonds

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...

3 May 2016 - Water World

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...

3 May 2016 - No More Belgian Waffle

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...

3 May 2016 - Country Watch – Canada

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...

1 April 2016 - Against the Ropes

European accountancy standards are forcing many current evolutions of PPPs onto government balance sheets across the continent. This could mean the final round for projects in their current form, finds Amanda Nicholls Read more...

1 April 2016 - A Rich Blend

For the majority of sub-Saharan countries, the only way to deliver new infrastructure is by pooling a wide range of finance. But this poses its own problems, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 April 2016 - Meter by Meter

Electricity and gas smart meters are providing a new opportunity for PPP investors in the UK, reports Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 April 2016 - Countrywatch: Philippines

With national elections on the horizon, Dan Colombini reports on how the Philippines PPP pipeline is facing a new and uncertain dawn Read more...

1 March 2016 - Direct Action

After years of trying to get new housing delivered from the private sector, the government finally looks set to take things into its own hands. Paul Jarvis reports on joint ventures’ return to vogue for housing and regeneration Read more...

1 March 2016 - Fractured

Germany has seen its PPP landscape grow in the past few years in response to the need for new infrastructure, but more work is needed to integrate the approaches of different levels of government, reports Marina Formoso Read more...

1 March 2016 - City of Hope

Local authorities are exploring new ways of financing urban infrastructure, with some of the more ambitious around the world increasingly looking to go ‘smart’. Amanda Nicholls reports Read more...

1 March 2016 - Country Watch: Jordan

Despite a newly established PPP law, a lack of experience surrounding the model means progress remains slow, reports Dan Colombini Read more...

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...

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A right Carilli-on

The firm’s woes go to show that PPP deals are not the risk-free cash cows opponents like to imagine them to be

Delegates at Financing African Infrastructure give their views on the market - and what they learnt at the event