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28 November 2014 - Aberdeen bypass NPD deal agreed

Scottish infrastructure minister Keith Brown will sign the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) in the coming weeks, following the mandatory standstill period. Read more...

28 November 2014 - ‘Limited role’ for private finance in Crossrail 2

PwC report backs private finance for rolling stock; institutional investment in main works only feasible with government guarantee Read more...

28 November 2014 - Qatar commits to rail infra

Qatar is committing itself to rail infrastructure and will be making a large investment in the network. Read more...

28 November 2014 - Ghana urged to consider PPP for housing

The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA) has called on the government to use PPPs to deliver much-needed new housing in the country. Read more...

27 November 2014 - EU agrees long-term investment deal

The European Union has agreed a structure designed to increase investment from long-term funds into infrastructure projects across the continent. Read more...

27 November 2014 - Capita unveils new health unit

Consultancy and business management firm Capita has launched a new division to capitalise on the growing interest in using private sector skills to increase efficiency in the NHS estate. Read more...

27 November 2014 - DIF appoints new partners

Investor DIF has appointed two partners at separate headquarters across Europe. Read more...

27 November 2014 - Swaziland PPP moving ahead

The municipal council of the capital of Swaziland is assessing a final bid for a new bus terminal PPP. Read more...

27 November 2014 - AMP Capital announces major reshuffle

AMP Capital has announced changes to its leadership team to focus on the northern hemisphere. Read more...

27 November 2014 - AMP Capital announces major reshuffle

AMP Capital has announced changes to its leadership team to focus on the northern hemisphere. Read more...

27 November 2014 - Scotland to get borrowing powers

The Scottish government could be given greater powers to borrow for capital investment under plans published by the commission on increasing devolution in the country. Read more...

27 November 2014 - China outlines 7 areas for PPPs

China has detailed seven areas where it is aiming to increase infrastructure delivery through PPP schemes. Read more...

26 November 2014 - EU investment fund launches

The European Union has officially launched a new plan to boost infrastructure projects and kickstart growth across the region. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Four bid for Philippines transport PPP

Four teams have expressed interest in the Integrated Transport System (ITS) – South Terminal project in the Philippines. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Aussie student accomm signs

A contract has been agreed with the University of Wollongong in Australia for new student accommodation. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Turkey seeks health PPP consultants

Tenders have been issued for consultants to establish the methodology for Turkey’s hospital PPP programme. Read more...

26 November 2014 - India port PPP tendered

The Port of Mumbai has issued a request for qualifications for the development of a Floating gas Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU). Read more...

26 November 2014 - Ireland reveals social housing plans

The Irish government has launched its new social housing programme which will be partly funded through PPP. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Sussex Uni challenges planning block

The University of Sussex is to appeal against Brighton & Hove City Council’s decision not to grant it planning permission for its major regeneration scheme. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Russia plots highway PPP

Russian highways agency Avtodor is in discussions with a local authority to deliver a new road scheme via a PPP model. Read more...

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