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7 July 2015 - PPP mooted for Jordan LRT

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is to evaluate the use of PPP in a pre-feasibility study into the Amman Queen Alia Light Rail Project. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Financial close due for Calais port

Financial close is expected on the €650m Calais Port 2015 project following clearance by the European Commission (EC) for a €270m investment aid loan. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Africa infra lawyer joins Squires

Law firm Squire Patton Boggs has appointed a new energy and natural resources partner in its London office who will be focused on African infrastructure. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Interserve sees challenging UK environment

Support services firm Interserve remains upbeat about its future despite a current "challenging" environment in UK construction. Read more...

7 July 2015 - HICL acquires Southmead hospital stake

Infrastructure investor HICL has acquired a 50% share in the Southmead Hospital PFI scheme. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Wates unveils social regen toolkit

Housing specialist Wates Living Space offers practical guide to creating social impact in communities; move follows research suggesting social value improves service delivery Read more...

7 July 2015 - KKR appoints new adviser

Infrastructure investment firm KKR has appointed a new senior adviser to support its expansion into Africa. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Zambezi hydro scheme appoints adviser

A financial adviser has been appointed by the Zambezi River Authority to consider procurement options for the Batoka Gorge Hydroelectric scheme. Read more...

7 July 2015 - EIB seeks PPP advisers

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has issued a call for tenders for five infrastructure advisory contracts worth a total of €50m. Read more...

7 July 2015 - Zambia tenders roads PPP

Zambia’s Road Development Agency is seeking expressions of interest for the development of a number of roads across the country. Read more...

6 July 2015 - Balfour infra boss heads to InfraRed

Balfour Beatty’s head of infrastructure investments has left the company and will be joining InfraRed in four months’ time. Read more...

6 July 2015 - Dutch college PPP tendered

A vocational college in the Netherlands has issued a tender to develop a campus under a PPP. Read more...

3 July 2015 - EC gives €13bn boost to transport deals

The European Commission has published a list of 276 transport projects to receive €13.1bn in funding through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Read more...

3 July 2015 - NZ Skypath PPP approved

Auckland Council has approved a proposal to build a track for pedestrians and cyclists on the Auckland Harbour Bridge as a PPP. Read more...

3 July 2015 - Spanish hospital PPP to be reviewed

Miguel Angel Revilla, head of the Regional Party of Cantabria (PRC), has announced his intentions to cancel the PPP contract for the Valdecillas hospital. Read more...

3 July 2015 - Flanders depot PPP progresses

Flemish transport agency De Lijn has awarded a technical adviser contract for a transit depot PPP. Read more...

3 July 2015 - Philippines re-tenders dam PPP

The Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) has republished the invitation to pre-qualify and bid for the design, financing and construction of the New Centennial Water Source – Kaliwa Dam Project Read more...

3 July 2015 - Pinsent Masons launches in Australia with new hire

Law firm Pinsent Masons has marked its official opening in Australia today with the hire of infrastructure disputes specialist Peter Megens as a partner. Read more...

3 July 2015 - World Bank appoints political risk VP

The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) has appointed Karin Finkelston as vice president and chief operating officer. Read more...

3 July 2015 - New partner for WFW Paris office

Law firm Watson Farley & Williams’ (WFW) has recruited Guillaume Ansaloni as a new partner in the finance team of its Paris office. Read more...

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EBRD managing director for Infrastructure Thomas Maier talks about what they are doing to boost PPP investment

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1 Ashurst 953 mill
2 Pinsent Masons 929 mill
3 Allen & Overy 755 mill
4 Norton Rose Fulbright 745 mill
5 Shepherd & Wedderburn 745 mill