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21 September 2016 - Papua New Guinea mulls airport PPP

A consultant is being sought to advise the Papua New Guinea government on developing an international airport under a PPP. Read more...

21 September 2016 - Deadline extended for Aussie streetlights project

The Australian Capital Territory government has pushed back the timeline for its streetlights project. Read more...

20 September 2016 - Philippines road talks begin

The Philippines government has begun negotiations with the preferred bidder for the North Luzon Expressway – South Luzon Expressway (NLEX – SLEX) connector road PPP. Read more...

16 September 2016 - Team reshuffled for NZ schools PPP

A team shortlisted for the New Zealand government’s third schools PPP has added an equity partner and replaced the lead construction contractor. Read more...

15 September 2016 - Philippines approves airport PPP

The Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board has given the go-ahead to a planned airport scheme – the first new PPP too be greenlit by the new administration. Read more...

15 September 2016 - China launches new PPP wave

The Chinese government has published a list of 1,233 PPP projects to be delivered across the country, with a combined value of over two trillion yuan (US$320bn). Read more...

15 September 2016 - $1bn Aussie hospital PPP programme tendered

The New South Wales government has tendered five hospital projects under a model that is a “shift away” from the traditional PPP model. Read more...

15 September 2016 - Tender launched for Indian road PPP

The Government of Kerala has launched a pre-qualification tender for a new road PPP. Read more...

15 September 2016 - NZ govt agrees Auckland transport plan

The New Zealand government and Auckland Council have set out the development of the city’s transport system over the next 30 years, leading to calls to use PPP. Read more...

14 September 2016 - Phil uni mulls PPPs

A university in the Philippines has identified 10 potential PPP projects that it may be willing to take forward. Read more...

14 September 2016 - Indonesia preps waste PPPs

Legal and technical advisory services are sought for the procurement of a waste-to-energy (WtE) plant in Indonesia under a PPP contract Read more...

13 September 2016 - Victoria launches infra oversight body

Australia’s Victoria government has created a new organisation to provide its infrastructure projects with critical oversight, led by an industry expert. Read more...

13 September 2016 - Nepal adds to planning commission

The Nepalese government has expanded its National Planning Commission (NPC) with three new members, as the organisation prepares to beef up the country’s infrastructure options. Read more...

13 September 2016 - Winner for Philippines Civil Registry PPP

Philippines Statistics Authority confirms preferred bidder; new PPP Centre chief suggests plans to change bidding model Read more...

12 September 2016 - Winner for Aussie train deal

The Victoria government has selected a preferred bidder to build Melbourne’s 65 new High Capacity Metro Trains (HCMT) under a PPP. Read more...

9 September 2016 - US to support Indonesian PPP programme

The US government has agreed to provide strategic and technical advice to support the delivery of PPP schemes in Indonesia. Read more...

8 September 2016 - Aussie minister urges urban infra investment

Australia’s federal minister for cities Angus Taylor has called for a “push on for large private role in building public infrastructure”. Read more...

6 September 2016 - Vinci signs Vietnam deal

French developer signs a strategic partnership agreement covering motorway development in Vietnam Read more...

5 September 2016 - UK-China infra mandate tendered

The UK government is seeking firms to provide a training programme to delegates from China to cover all aspects of the UK infrastructure market. Read more...

5 September 2016 - ADB appoints Dutch VP

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has appointed a vice-president for finance and risk management from German state-bank KfW DEG. Read more...

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Olympic spirit

As the Great British public get excited about a disparate array of sports, what could the world of infrastructure learn from the biggest sporting jamboree of them all?

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Moving Forward

The Philippines PPP Centre’s executive director, Andre Palacios, tells Paul Jarvis he remains optimistic following the election of a new president

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