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20 April 2015 - INPP adds schools stake

Infrastructure investor INPP has acquired a 40% share of a schools scheme, as it continues to grow its schools portfolio thanks to the pre-emption rights it acquired under its 2011 BSF Investments (BSFI) deal. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Kerala unveils seven PPPs

The government of Kerala in India has launched a request for qualification (RFQ) procedure for seven PPP projects in the region. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Africa ‘needs $90bn infra annually’

Africa needs more then $90bn in infrastructure annually over the next 15 years if it is to compete internationally and achieve rapid growth, according to a consulting firm. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Philippines readies three more projects

At least three new Philippines PPP projects are likely to get the go-ahead when the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) meets this week. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Call for new Ukraine PPP advisory

The creation of a PPP advisory and council is "vital" if Ukraine is to create a favourable environment for attracting private finance and developing PPPs. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Belarus plans kindergarten projects

Belarus has been preparing a number of school projects that could be bundled together for private investors. Read more...

17 April 2015 - Red tape ‘harming Ukrainian PPP investment’

Ukraine currently has “no chance” of attracting PPP investment unless the government mindset is changed, according to a former minister. Read more...

17 April 2015 - UPP appoints new finance director

Student accommodation provider UPP has appointed a new finance director. Read more...

17 April 2015 - Kenyan hospital PPP tendered

A regional authority in Kenya is seeking expressions of interest to develop a hospital under a PPP model. Read more...

17 April 2015 - Moody’s dampens health PFI fears

Ratings agency Moody’s has reduced fears that the health PFI sector could face significant upheaval from trusts taking stringent action against their private partners. Read more...

17 April 2015 - Rochdale threatens to scrap streetlighting PFI

Rochdale Borough Council has warned that it could look to terminate its PFI streetlighting contract unless the private sector partner improves its performance. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Four in for Spanish hospital

Four bids submitted for the Alcaniz Hospital PPP are under consideration by the Aragon government, with a winner expected to be selected in May. Read more...

16 April 2015 - UNECE’s PPP rules progressing

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is hopeful that member states will begin adopting its standards on PPP in the second half of this year. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Philippines kicks off airport bidding

The Philippines government has launched the invitation to pre-qualify and bid for its regional airports PPP bundles. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Jordan waste PPP tendered

Proposals have been sought to design, build, finance, maintain, operate and transfer a waste to energy facility in Amman. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Pakistan housing PPP launched

Lahore has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a housing PPP – following the launch of an expressway PPP. Read more...

15 April 2015 - Seven in for Bratislava Hospital

Seven teams have responded to the tender for the Bratislava University Hospital PPP in Slovakia. Read more...

15 April 2015 - East-West Link cancelled for $339m

Victorian state government reaches deal to scrap project; ‘no compensation’ to be paid to consortium; prime minister attacks decision Read more...

15 April 2015 - Bahrain waste draws nine

Bahrain’s plans for an integrated waste management system to be delivered through a concession have received responses from nine teams. Read more...

15 April 2015 - Romanian road PPP tendered

A city in Romania is seeking a private partner to deliver a 53km road network under a new European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) PPP programme for south-east Europe. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Balfour Beatty 1458 mill
2 Amber Infrastructure 1097.5 mill
3 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 1039 mill
4 Carillion 990 mill
5 Equitix 980 mill