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28 April 2015 - Linklaters loses one projects partner and gains two

Herbert Smith Freehills has recruited Linklaters’s Simon Caridia to join its projects and infrastructure practice in London as a partner. Read more...

28 April 2015 - DIF director to head up new Sydney office

Marko Kremer, senior director at DIF, will be relocating from Schiphol in the Netherlands to head up DIF's new office in Sydney, Australia. Read more...

28 April 2015 - ASEAN nations need solid legal PPP framework

ASEAN nations need solid legal PPP framework Read more...

28 April 2015 - Melbourne Metro project to receive funding

Australia’s Victorian government has revealed that next week’s state budget will contain $1.5bn to plan, design and buy land for its expansion of Melbourne’s metro train system. Read more...

28 April 2015 - Balfour Beatty sells share of hospital PPP

Balfour Beatty has sold its 50% interest in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh project. Read more...

27 April 2015 - Vietnam railways open for PPP

The Vietnam Railways Corporation (VRC) has put forward a proposal to build logistic facilities and associated services in three railroad projects under PPP. Read more...

27 April 2015 - University of Malawi confirms PPPs

The University of Malawi (UNIMA) has confirmed plans to launch PPP projects in order to tackle accommodation issues at the institution. Read more...

27 April 2015 - ADB discussing Philippines infra loan

The Philippines government and Asian Development Bank (ADB) are preparing two new programs to support capital markets and infrastructure development. Read more...

27 April 2015 - Five remain for Kazakh road PPP

The Government of Kazakhstan has shortlisted five teams for the Almaty Ring Road PPP. Read more...

27 April 2015 - Polish solar PPP extended

Przasnysz County government has extended the deadline for bids for a solar PPP concession Read more...

27 April 2015 - Philippines signs transit PPP

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the winning consortium have signed the concession agreement for the Integrated Transport System (ITS)-Southwest Terminal PPP project. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Ballast postpones results amid financing talks

Dutch contractor Ballast Nedam has delayed the publication of its 2014 annual results as talks continue over the company’s financing arrangements. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Infra investment ‘driving Africa’

Infrastructure investment is a key factor in the continued growth in the overall African economy, according to research by the World Bank. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Germany seeks new investment options

A government-convened panel focused on increasing infrastructure investment in Germany has published its report, highlighting new ways in which the private sector could be enticed into the market. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Planners reject North Wales waste PPP

The £800m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project has been thrown into doubt after the local council’s planning committee voted against the plans – despite the scheme being recommended by officials. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Slovakia mulls prison PPP

The Slovakia government is considering using PPP to address overcrowding in the country's prisons. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Indian metro gets PPP recommendation

The planned Light Metro project for the cities of Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode in India is likely to be delivered through PPP. Read more...

23 April 2015 - PIP adds schools scheme

The Pension Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has acquired a 50% equity stake in the operational Fife Schools PFI deal. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Sweett to sell Asia business

Technical advisory Sweett Group is to seek a buyer for its Asia Pacific business as it looks to explore its core profit centres in Europe and North America. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Tanzania plans PPP centre

The Tanzanian government is considering establishing a central PPP unit to coordinate the country’s infrastructure projects. 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