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8 December 2016 - Sri Lanka seeks water partner

A Sri Lankan agency has issued a request for expressions of interest (EoIs) for the Weliwita Bulk Water Supply PPP. Read more...

8 December 2016 - NZ road plan delayed

New Zealand’s Transport Minister Simon Bridges has revealed that an indicative route for the second phase of the Puhoi to Wellsford Road will now be published in the new year – having previously been planned for November 2016. Read more...

8 December 2016 - NZ finance minister to take top job

New Zealand’s Finance Minister Bill English is set to become the country’s new prime minister following last week’s resignation of John Key. Read more...

7 December 2016 - GIH launches project pipeline

The Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH) has published its first project pipeline, providing the private sector with information on pipelines in seven countries across the globe. Read more...

7 December 2016 - Deadline extended for Aussie campus

The deadline for expressions of interest (EoIs) has been pushed back for the University of Wollongong's (UOW) Health and Wellbeing Precinct. Read more...

7 December 2016 - Winner for Bangkok monorails

A joint venture has won the contract for the Pink and Yellow lines monorail PPP in Thailand. Read more...

6 December 2016 - Cimic completes NextGen sale

Australian contractor Cimic has completed the divestment of its 29% share in network firm NextGen Group. Read more...

6 December 2016 - Winner for China subway PPP

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Qingdao Subway Line 4 Engineering PPP in China. Read more...

5 December 2016 - Philippines seeks international consultants

The Philippines PPP Centre has issued a call for expressions of interest (EoIs) for consultancy services for PPP projects. Read more...

30 November 2016 - NSW auditor slams light rail PPP

New South Wales Auditor-General Margaret Crawford has claimed the NSW government failed to effectively plan and procure Sydney's CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR) project. Read more...

28 November 2016 - GIH launches investment survey

The Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH) has published a new survey seeking the input of industry professionals on policies that can help boost infrastructure investment. Read more...

28 November 2016 - Philippines road PPP signs

The Philippines Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has signed a contract for a road PPP project. Read more...

25 November 2016 - Australia confirms Infra Financing Unit plan

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s Infrastructure Statement has confirmed plans first set out before the election to establish an Infrastructure Financing Unit to support PPP investment. Read more...

24 November 2016 - FC for Victoria train PPP

The Victorian government has reached financial close with the preferred bidder on the $2bn High Capacity Metro Trains (HCMT) project – days after reaching contract close. Read more...

22 November 2016 - Contract signed for Aussie train PPP

The Victorian government and the Evolution Rail consortium has reached contractual close on the $2bn High Capacity Metro Trains project Read more...

22 November 2016 - NZ prison PPP approved

The New Zealand government has approved the procurement of a 1,500 bed facility at Waikeria Prison that will be designed, built, financed and maintained under a PPP Read more...

21 November 2016 - Philippines PPP chief confirmed

The new head of the Philippines PPP Centre has been formally unveiled. Read more...

17 November 2016 - Papua New Guinea mulls health PPPs

An advisory firm is being sought to undertake a study into the potential use of PPP for health services in Papua New Guinea. Read more...

16 November 2016 - Consultant sought for Global Infrastructure Facility

The World Bank’s Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) is seeking a consultant to develop a project assessment tool Read more...

15 November 2016 - Philippines approves tourism deal

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) approves tourism project; bidding deadline extended for prison deal Read more...

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A busy body

The National Infrastructure Commission has plenty to do in 2017. What did we learn from a conversation with its chair, Lord Adonis?

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Marvellous Things

James Aiello’s career has taken him from practising law in California, to planning PPPs in South Africa. The South African Treasury’s top PPP official tells Paul Jarvis how he got there, and what he has planned for the country

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