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27 June 2017 - ADB to support Cambodian solar PPPs

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to assist Cambodia with a solar PPP programme. Read more...

26 June 2017 - NZ Treasury hires infra expert as deputy

New Zealand's Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf has appointed an infrastructure investment expert from Australia to become his deputy. Read more...

23 June 2017 - StanChart offers Phil infra bank help

Standard Chartered (SC) has offered assistance to the government of the Philippines to convert its development bank into an infrastructure bank. Read more...

23 June 2017 - South Australia planning school PPPs

South Australia has published its State Budget 2017-18, which includes plans for new schools to be delivered via PPP. Read more...

22 June 2017 - EoI for Australian college development

An Australian training institution is seeking a developer for a nurse training facility and a mixed use development in a Melbourne suburb. Read more...

22 June 2017 - EoI for Sri Lanka transport PPP

The government of Sri Lanka has issued a request for expressions of interest (EoI) for a transport PPP. Read more...

20 June 2017 - Consultants sought for Phil hospital PPP

The World Bank has issued requests for expressions of interest from consultants for a health PPP in the Philippines. Read more...

20 June 2017 - FC for NSW prison

The New Grafton Correctional Centre project has reached financial close. Read more...

20 June 2017 - NSW to update PPP guidelines

The New South Wales government’s PPP guidelines are to be updated and enhanced, as the state’s Budget revealed a $72bn capital investment plan. Read more...

19 June 2017 - RFP for NZ parking PPP

A local New Zealand council has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a comprehensive parking management process. Read more...

19 June 2017 - Norton Rose acquisition to boost Aussie infra presence

Norton Rose Fulbright has said its planned acquisition of an Australian firm will significantly boost its government ad infrastructure practice. Read more...

16 June 2017 - NZ launches Māori investment guide

The New Zealand government has launched a new guide to investing with Māori, which includes advice on infrastructure investment. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Adelaide hospital PPP handed over

The Government of South Australia and the private consortium have reached commercial acceptance on the new Royal Adelaide Hospital PPP, following legal battles over construction defects. Read more...

15 June 2017 - RFQ postponed for Sri Lankan water PPP

Sri Lanka’s National Water Supply and Drainage Board has postponed the deadline for tenders to deliver its water PPP. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Kazakh uni hospital PPP seeks advisers

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has issued a request for expressions of interest (EoI) from consultants for a university hospital PPP in Kazakhstan. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Interest sought for NZ sports PPP

Auckland City Council is seeking expressions of interest (EoI) to develop a sports facility under a PPP. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Date for Singapore-Malaysia HSR briefing

The governments of Singapore and Malaysia have revealed details for an industry briefing in preparation of the Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project. Read more...

12 June 2017 - Queensland launches housing programme

Queensland’s $1.8bn housebuilding plan to be delivered in partnership with private sector; partnerships office established; expressions of interest (EoI) sought Read more...

12 June 2017 - Turnbull slammed on Cross River Rail

The Queensland government has criticised Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for refusing to commit to increase Cross River Rail funding. Read more...

9 June 2017 - CBRE to expand infra portfolio

Real estate investor and adviser CBRE Group plans to acquire a majority stake in a Canadian infrastructure asset manager as the firm seeks to expand its global portfolio of infrastructure equity investments. Read more...

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"It's always harder than you think"

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