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26 November 2014 - EU investment fund launches

The European Union has officially launched a new plan to boost infrastructure projects and kickstart growth across the region. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Six bid for Philippines transport PPP

Six teams have expressed interest in the Integrated Transport System (ITS) – South Terminal project in the Philippines. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Aussie student accomm signs

A contract has been agreed with the University of Wollongong in Australia for new student accommodation. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Turkey seeks health PPP consultants

Tenders have been issued for consultants to establish the methodology for Turkey’s hospital PPP programme. Read more...

26 November 2014 - India port PPP tendered

The Port of Mumbai has issued a request for qualifications for the development of a Floating gas Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU). Read more...

26 November 2014 - Ireland reveals social housing plans

The Irish government has launched its new social housing programme which will be partly funded through PPP. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Sussex Uni challenges planning block

The University of Sussex is to appeal against Brighton & Hove City Council’s decision not to grant it planning permission for its major regeneration scheme. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Russia plots highway PPP

Russian highways agency Avtodor is in discussions with a local authority to deliver a new road scheme via a PPP model. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Russian M11 signs

Russian highways agency Avtodor has signed the contract with the preferred bidder for the 138km section of the M11 between Moscow and St Petersburg. Read more...

25 November 2014 - Wales bill progresses

The government is driving forward the Wales bill in Parliament, which will give the principality greater powers over tax and borrowing, potentially increasing the country’s infrastructure investment opportunities. Read more...

25 November 2014 - Political uncertainty remains top concern

Infrastructure professionals have their eyes focused on next year’s election as the key issue, according to research from law firm Freeths. Read more...

25 November 2014 - Myanmar airport PPP signed

A Japanese consortium has signed a concession agreement for the Mandalay International Airport PPP. Read more...

25 November 2014 - NSW sets out $20bn infra plan

Australia’s New South Wales government has set out its allocation for the $20bn infrastructure programme it announced last summer. Read more...

24 November 2014 - German town seeks bids for civic PPP

A town in Bavaria is seeking expressions of interest to design, build, finance, maintain and operate the town hall. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Tanzania tables bill for PPP centre

The Tanzanian government has published a bill seeking to amend its current PPP laws. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Chennai monorail given go-ahead

Plans to deliver a new monorail through a PPP model in Chennai have been backed by the state ministry of urban development. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Africa urged to improve PPP environment

PPPs can help African countries tackle their infrastructure deficit, but need proper structures around them and should not be seen as a magic bullet, the head of the African Development Bank has warned. Read more...

21 November 2014 - FCC approves €1bn capital increase

FCC shareholders have approved new plans for a capital increase of €1bn to reduce debts and improve the performance of the construction giant. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Scotland gets infra minister

Scotland’s new First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a dedicated minister for infrastructure and investment in her first Cabinet. Read more...

20 November 2014 - ICE calls for independent Infrastructure UK

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has suggested the aims of the Armitt Review’s independent infrastructure body could be achieved by restructuring Infrastructure UK (IUK). Read more...

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