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6 March 2015 - Peterborough PFI troubles endanger JV

The ongoing issues between Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and its PFI project company have hit the ratings of the bonds underpinning the deal. Read more...

6 March 2015 - Burnham backs North Tees hospital

Labour government would give speedy resolution to plans for North Tees hospital – but no guarantee it would be privately financed Read more...

6 March 2015 - Cable calls for greater infra spend

Business Secretary Vince Cable has said whoever is in power after the election must look at how capital and revenue budgets are classified to increase investment in infrastructure schemes. Read more...

6 March 2015 - Kier COO out in major reshuffle

Contractor Kier has announced a significant overhaul of its top team that sees its chief operating officer leave the business. Read more...

6 March 2015 - Indonesia rolls out PPP pipeline

The government of Indonesia is to tender four PPP projects worth a combined $3bn in 2015, starting with a toll road in May Read more...

6 March 2015 - Aecom appoints new chair

Aecom’s board of directors have appointed the chief executive to the additional position of chairman of the board. Read more...

5 March 2015 - Four submit for Philippines Dike

Four teams have submitted pre-qualification documents for the largest PPP to be bid in the Philippines to date. Read more...

5 March 2015 - Portsmouth seeks greater PFI oversight

Portsmouth City Council has become the latest to take measures to improve its highways PFI contract. Read more...

5 March 2015 - Infra Australia appoints chief exec

Infrastructure Australia has appointed its inaugural chief executive. Read more...

5 March 2015 - EIB in Cameroon PPP talks

A mission from the European Investment Bank (EIB) is currently in Cameroon discussing new PPPs. Read more...

4 March 2015 - New chief exec for Bouygues Construction

Contractor Bouygues Construction has appointed a new chairman and chief executive. Read more...

4 March 2015 - Carillion profits up on stagnant revenues

Support services giant Carillion has reported a 29% increase in pre-tax profits for 2014, but revealed that revenue remained the same as in 2013. Read more...

4 March 2015 - Dubai to tender station scheme

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has confirmed plans to tender the long-awaited Union Oasis train station project later this year. Read more...

4 March 2015 - Design-build for Belgian-Dutch lock

The largest project in the Dutch government’s lock programme will now not be a PPP. Read more...

4 March 2015 - APEC mulls PPP knowledge centre

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) organisation is considering establishing a PPP Knowledge Portal to act as a source of expertise for all members. Read more...

4 March 2015 - 48 in for Serbia waste PPP

The City of Belgrade will host a conference this month for firms interested in the Waste Treatment and Disposal PPP Project – after 48 companies expressed interest. Read more...

4 March 2015 - EBRD to invest in Greece

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will invest in Greece on a temporary basis in response to a request from the Greek authorities. Read more...

3 March 2015 - LEPs ‘have growing role’

Local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) will have a bigger role to play in the development of regional economies as devolution is expected to increase in the next Parliament. Read more...

3 March 2015 - Capital raising for Africa rail feasibility

The group behind a proposed $34bn high-speed rail line running across five West African countries has started seeking investment for the feasibility works. Read more...

3 March 2015 - Manchester PFI dents Costain results

Ongoing issues with the Greater Manchester Waste PFI contract have hit contractor Costain’s annual results for 2014. Read more...

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League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 DLA Piper 3150 mill
2 Hogan Lovells 3052 mill
3 Pinsent Masons 1776 mill
4 Ashurst 944 mill
5 Allen & Overy 745 mill