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30 September 2016 - Four shortlisted for Oxleas NHS SEP

Four teams have been shortlisted for Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust’s £45m strategic estates partnership (SEP) contract. Read more...

30 September 2016 - Winner for Hull Uni accommodation

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the University of Hull’s £130m student accommodation project. Read more...

30 September 2016 - NHSPS agrees £35m health centre deal

NHS Property Services (NHSPS) has agreed a deal with private investors that will see the creation of a new health and wellbeing centre in Altrincham. Read more...

30 September 2016 - London's Royal Free considers JV

The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has launched a tender for a private partner to deliver a strategic solution for its Sterile Services and Endoscopy Decontamination Facilities. Read more...

30 September 2016 - Philippines signs Civil Registry PPP

The Philippines Statistics Authority has reached commercial close on the contract to deliver its Civil Registry System – Information Technology Project Phase II PPP project. Read more...

30 September 2016 - Govts ‘can do better’ on PPPs

The World Bank has said that many countries are yet to adopt broadly recognised good practice in the delivery of PPP projects. Read more...

30 September 2016 - PMV positive on Eurostat PPP guide

Flanders agency expects more investment as a result of clarification; EPEC says it has had ‘good response’ to publication Read more...

30 September 2016 - EIB to open Dublin office

The European Investment Bank (EIB) expects to open its first permanent presence in Ireland later this year. Read more...

29 September 2016 - Hub South East signs £70m hospital

The latest hospital project under the Hub model has been signed through a design, build, finance, maintain (DBFM) contract. Read more...

29 September 2016 - Eurostat treatment of PPPs guide launched

The European Commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB) present new Guide to the Statistical Treatment of PPPs; NPD model looks to remain treated as on government books Read more...

29 September 2016 - Timeline confirmed for Dutch dam PPP

The Dutch government has presented the plans for the Afsluitdijk project to over 200 industry representatives Read more...

28 September 2016 - Firms ‘target Spanish concessionaire’

Two teams have expressed interest in acquiring a stake in a Spanish road concessionaire. Read more...

28 September 2016 - Eight in for Aussie streetlights

At least eight companies have expressed interest in the Australian Capital Territory’s Streetlights Project. Read more...

28 September 2016 - Healey urges housing devolution

Former housing minister John Healey has called on local authorities to take charge of housebuilding, arguing that the role of housing is currently missing from the government’s devolution agenda. Read more...

28 September 2016 - Durham plans new HQ

Durham County Council has announced plans to develop a new headquarters in a city-centric location. Read more...

28 September 2016 - Broadspectrum appoints new chairman

Australian services firm Broadspectrum has appointed a new chairman, effective immediately. Read more...

28 September 2016 - Poland town launches district heating PPP

The town of Mikołów in Poland is seeking a private partner to deliver the upgrade of the district heating under a PPP scheme. Read more...

27 September 2016 - ACS sells waste division

The Spanish contractor ACS has sold its waste division Urbaser. Read more...

27 September 2016 - German college PPP tendered

A district in North Rhine-Westphalia is looking to develop a new building for a vocational college under a PPP. Read more...

27 September 2016 - Moscow ringroad section signs

Commercial close has been reached on one of the sections of the Moscow ringroad project, which is being delivered through a series of PPP deals. Read more...

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Labour’s continued attacks on PFI make it even harder to see how its economic programme can stack up