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9 September 2014 - Shortlist for Sandwell hospital PF2

Two in for first PF2 hospital; interest ‘dampened by lack of pipeline’ Read more...

9 September 2014 - Three in for Lithuanian courts PPP

The Lithuanian government has cut the shortlist for its court building PPP in Vilnius down to three. Read more...

9 September 2014 - Greek waste PPP names preferred bidder

A preferred bidder has been announced for a Greek waste treatment PPP in the region of Epirus. Read more...

9 September 2014 - Shortlist for Sandwell hospital PF2

Two in for first PF2 hospital; interest ‘dampened by lack of pipeline’ Read more...

8 September 2014 - Edinburgh Sick Kids gets planning

The Edinburgh Royal Hospital for Sick Children and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences non-profit distributing (NPD) project has received planning approval. Read more...

8 September 2014 - CBI demands housing focus

Business lobby group the CBI has called on the government to double the number of new homes being built per year and deliver 10 new garden cities to tackle the UK’s housing problems. Read more...

8 September 2014 - Zimbabwe hospital seeks PPP partners

The largest hospital in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe has announced plans to launch a tender for a private partner to deliver a number of new buildings. Read more...

8 September 2014 - Lithuania tenders leisure hub PPP

The Central Project Management Agency (CPMA), acting on behalf of Vilnius City Municipality and the Government of Lithuania, is inviting expressions of interest to develop a multifunctional hub project. Read more...

8 September 2014 - New role for Infrastructure Australia

Infrastructure Australia has announced a new board as it becomes an independent statutory body. Read more...

5 September 2014 - Winner for Italian hospital PPP

The City of Sulmona in the L’Aquila region has awarded the Avezzano-Sulmona-L’Aquila PPP. Read more...

5 September 2014 - EU infra fund urged

The European Union should set up a joint €500bn fund to invest in large infrastructure projects, according to Polish Finance Minister Mateusz Szczurek. Read more...

4 September 2014 - Balfour agrees PB sale

Balfour Beatty has agreed the sale of its professional services division Parsons Brinckerhoff for £820m. Read more...

4 September 2014 - Russian ringroad PPP launched

Two tenders have been launched for the third and fourth stages of the Moscow Central Ring Road PPP. Read more...

4 September 2014 - Vietnam plans airport PPP

The Airports Corporation of Vietnam has submitted its latest investment plan for the $7.8bn Long Thanh Airport in the southern province of Dong Nai with a large section of the plan dedicated to PPP. Read more...

3 September 2014 - DIO GoCo begins work

The government-owned, contractor-operated (GoCO) contract at the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) gets underway today, with a new chief executive. Read more...

3 September 2014 - Philippines hires Laguna Dike lawyer

The Philippines PPP Center has appointed a legal adviser for its Laguna Lakeshore Expressway Dike scheme, which has already attracted interest from 20 bidders. Read more...

3 September 2014 - Kenya scales back PPP list

The Kenyan government has confirmed plans to launch a series of PPPs – but has reduced the number of schemes in the list. Read more...

3 September 2014 - Mercer appoints Pacific infra leader

Consultancy Mercer has appointed a former manager at the California Public Employees' Retirement System’s (CalPERS) to lead its Pacific team in Melbourne. Read more...

2 September 2014 - ADB unveils PPP office

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has announced plans to create a new office to provide governments with independent advice on creating PPPs. Read more...

2 September 2014 - Spanish uni tenders accommodation PPP

The University of Cantabria, northern Spain, is seeking a developer to design, build, finance and operate a residence hall for 40 years. Read more...

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