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12 May 2014 - Vietnam announces 35 new PPPs

Vietnam’s Prime Minster Nguyen Tan Dung has approved 127 new projects for the country, including 35 to be delivered through a PPP model. Read more...

12 May 2014 - Lahore confirms new PPPs

The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) in Pakistan is to launch three large-scale PPP projects. Read more...

12 May 2014 - Philippines PPP Act to be amended

The Philippines PPP Center is pushing for changes to its PPP Act to ensure improvements achieved over the last few months are reflected in the programme. Read more...

9 May 2014 - Lawyers appointed to advise on NHS PPPs

A law firm has been appointed to a major NHS framework, with a remit to provide advice on PFI and PPP projects, including Lift schemes. Read more...

9 May 2014 - Philippines IT scheme suspended

Plans to tender the Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) project in the Philippines have been held up pending the outcome of a legal challenge. Read more...

9 May 2014 - French university campus signs

Financial close has been achieved on the University of Aix-Marseille "Aix-Faculties District" Campus PPP project. Read more...

9 May 2014 - Yemen confirms new housing PPP

Yemen is planning to build a new large-scale housing project through PPP to support low-income families. Read more...

8 May 2014 - Western Australia mulls schools PPP

The state government of Western Australia has unveiled plans to deliver nearly 20 new schools through a PPP model. Read more...

8 May 2014 - Dhaka rolls over PPP budget

The government of Dhaka in Bangladesh is carrying forward its PPP budget for this year into next. Read more...

8 May 2014 - Irish PPP clears state aid

Ireland’s Poolbeg incinerator PPP has cleared the first hurdle in its bid to be delivered. Read more...

8 May 2014 - Whitehall 'holds up' Sandwell PF2

A Whitehall review of the proposed Sandwell hospital PF2 scheme has taken longer than initially expected and is holding up the procurement process, Partnerships Bulletin understands. Read more...

8 May 2014 - Winner for second PF2 schools batch

The Education Funding Agency has announced the preferred bidder for the North East Priority School Building Programme batch, to be funded through private finance. Read more...

7 May 2014 - PF2 ‘still possible’ for more schools

The government may yet choose to use private finance to deliver more new schools, despite last week’s announcement that a second phase of the Priority School Building Programme will be capitally funded. Read more...

7 May 2014 - Cities ‘must collaborate’ with private sector

City officials are being urged to take the lead in developing forward-thinking partnerships with the private sector to deliver major regeneration. Read more...

7 May 2014 - Lithuanian streetlighting PPP signed

Vilnius city council in Lithuania has signed the deal for its new streetlighting PPP. Read more...

7 May 2014 - Lesotho launches new hospital PPP

The Lesotho government in South Africa has announced its intention to launch a new hospital PPP Read more...

7 May 2014 - Egypt plans new PPPs

The Egyptian government has announced early plans for a number of new PPPs to be formed in the field of telecommunications and transport. Read more...

7 May 2014 - Turin planning new cross-sector PPPs

Italy’s Turin is planning a series of cross-sector PPPs to develop infrastructure in the city, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

7 May 2014 - MPs question Highways Agency GoCo plans

A committee of MPs has raised doubts over the government’s plans to turn the Highways Agency into a government-owned, contractor-operated (GoCo) organisation. Read more...

6 May 2014 - Balfour chief quits amid profit warning

McNaughton leaves; UK construction sector hits profits; group considers Parsons Brinckerhoff sale Read more...

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A prosperous New Year?

There are some real signs that 2016 could be a vintage year for the partnerships industry, after years of fallow

Christopher Healy, Counsel in Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team on the prospects for transport infrastructure in Africa

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