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22 December 2014 - Four in for Canberra LRT

Four teams have submitted expressions of interest for the ACT government’s Capital Metro project in Canberra. Read more...

22 December 2014 - Shortlist for IoW waste deal

Two bidders have been shortlisted for the Isle of Wight’s waste PPP contract. Read more...

22 December 2014 - London regen scheme launched

The Greater London Authority (GLA), through Transport for London, is looking for a development partner to deliver regeneration schemes on a series of sites in east London. Read more...

22 December 2014 - Two in for Philippines Southwest Terminal

Just two teams have submitted proposals for the Philippines’ Integrated Transport System – Southwest Terminal PPP deal. Read more...

22 December 2014 - Ferrovial ends Transfield pursuit

Construction giant Ferrovial has ended its discussions with Australia’s Transfield Services about a takeover. Read more...

19 December 2014 - Financial close for Turkey’s first hospital PPP

Turkey has signed its first PPP deal for a major new hospital project, which is the first of many schemes currently working to achieve financial close. Read more...

19 December 2014 - Myanmar joins AIF

The ASEAN Infrastructure fund (AIF) has announced that Myanmar has become a full member of the fund. Read more...

19 December 2014 - New project director for Mersey Gateway

The special purpose vehicle delivering the Mersey Gateway PPP deal has appointed a new project director to take on the scheme. Read more...

18 December 2014 - Spring launch for Lithuania highway

Lithuania’s government has confirmed plans to embark on its largest ever road PPP project in the New Year. Read more...

18 December 2014 - ASEAN nations target PPP pipeline

Developing a pipeline of properly prepared projects for PPP investment was at the heart of a recent meeting of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). Read more...

18 December 2014 - New commercial director for Costain

Contractor Costain has appointed a new group commercial director, replacing the retiring Patrick Bruce. Read more...

18 December 2014 - Commercial close for Sydney LRT

Commercial close has been achieved with the preferred bidder on the Sydney Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. Read more...

18 December 2014 - China confirms CEE PPP fund

The government of China is further ramping up its promotion of the PPP model after announcing a new fund to encourage Chinese investment in Central and Eastern European (CEE) projects. Read more...

17 December 2014 - MPs attack PPP train deals

The Commons public accounts committee has questioned the amount of risk transferred in the Intercity Express and Thameslink rolling stock PPP deals. Read more...

17 December 2014 - Dumfries hospital planning approved

NHS Dumfries and Galloway has received planning approval for its hospital non-profit distributing (NPD) scheme and is now targeting financial close in the New Year. Read more...

17 December 2014 - Institutional investor hires Assured director

A director for infrastructure at monoline Assured Guaranty Europe has left the firm to take up a post at an institutional investor. Read more...

17 December 2014 - Financial close for Thanet OFTO

The Thanet Offshore Transmission Owner (OFTO) contract has reached financial close – four years after appointing its preferred bidder. Read more...

16 December 2014 - Lithuania changes PPP rules

The Lithuanian government has approved amendments to its PPP rules that should speed up the development of new projects. Read more...

16 December 2014 - EBRD invests in Turkish PPP developer

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is subscribing to a bond issue by a major Turkish PPP investor Read more...

16 December 2014 - Further details emerge for Scottish road PPP

Details revealed for pathfinder financing structure for Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route Read more...

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Rank Name Total
1 Hitachi 2700 mill
2 John Laing 2700 mill
3 Amber Infrastructure 1055 mill
4 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 1039 mill
5 Carillion 990 mill