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25 July 2017 - Brent tenders regen scheme

The London Borough of Brent is seeking to procure a delivery partner to bring forward a residential led mixed use redevelopment Read more...

25 July 2017 - Winner for Burbo Bank OFTO

Ofgem has appointed a preferred bidder for the Burbo Bank Extension offshore transmission assets. Read more...

25 July 2017 - Government backs Crossrail 2

Transport secretary Chris Grayling and London mayor Sadiq Khan have given their support for the Crossrail 2 project. Read more...

25 July 2017 - French waste-to-heat PPP scheme launched

A metropolitan authority in southern France has issued two concession notices for a waste-to-heat PPP scheme. Read more...

25 July 2017 - HICL ‘made steady progress’

HICL’s portfolio continues to perform in line with expectations Read more...

24 July 2017 - FC for Istanbul hospital PPP

The Ikitelli Integrated Health Campus PPP in Turkey has reached financial close Read more...

24 July 2017 - Deadline extended for Italian spa PPP

A city in the north of Italy has extended the deadline for a multi-million-euro spa PPP. Read more...

24 July 2017 - NZ launches local infra fund

The New Zealand government has launched a company to leverage private capital to fund local infrastructure projects Read more...

24 July 2017 - Italian energy PPP launched

A city in northern Italy has issued a concession notice for an energy PPP. Read more...

24 July 2017 - Philippines tenders first 'hybrid' project

The Government of the Philippines has tendered the first project under its hybrid strategy. Read more...

24 July 2017 - ACS mulls Abertis counter-bid offer

Contractor ACS is considering a takeover bid for concessionaire Abertis to counter a previous offer from Atlantia. Read more...

21 July 2017 - “Good progress” on Welsh MIM schemes

The Welsh government has said it is making good progress on its three schemes to be delivered under the Mutual Investment Model (MIM). Read more...

21 July 2017 - Scotland has ‘no plans’ to force clerks of works

The Scottish government is not planning to require a clerk of works to oversee public construction, despite the report into the Edinburgh schools PPP failings suggested the role could have made a major difference in that case. Read more...

21 July 2017 - Winner for Dutch tunnel PPP

The government of the Netherlands has provisionally awarded the A24 Blankenburg Tunnel PPP. Read more...

21 July 2017 - Haringey reaffirms Development Vehicle plan

Haringey Council’s cabinet has agreed to go ahead with its controversial regeneration joint venture with Lendlease after it was required to reconsider its plans. Read more...

21 July 2017 - Tideway attracts US investment

The consortium in charge of the Thames Tideway project has signed a deal with four US-based institutional investors, raising a further £300m for the scheme. Read more...

21 July 2017 - Belgian care home PPP launched

A Belgian agency has issued a contract notice for a care home PPP. Read more...

21 July 2017 - Tolls to end on Severn Crossings

Toll charges on the Severn Crossings are to come to an end, the UK government has announced. Read more...

20 July 2017 - IMF reviews Irish infra policy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reviewed how infrastructure is delivered in Ireland to inform the new Capital Plan and National Planning Framework (NPF). Read more...

20 July 2017 - Welsh bank to support infra

The new Development Bank of Wales will provide investment management services to the whole Welsh government 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