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8 October 2013 - Pakistan approves bill for PPP project

The government in Bangladesh has approved a new law that should see the development of a new Seaport PPP. Read more...

8 October 2013 - RFPs due for Ohio River Bridges P3

Requests for proposals’ (RFPs) are to be issued for a toll collection system which makes up part of the Ohio River Bridges P3. Read more...

8 October 2013 - Greek waste shortlist revealed

The second phase of the tender procedure for Greece’s Achaia waste treatment project has begun. Read more...

8 October 2013 - Illiana deal awaits key funding decision

The Illiana Expressway P3 is hanging in the balance this week as it awaits a decision on its inclusion in a key state development priority plan. Read more...

8 October 2013 - Housing and transport feel reshuffle

Concerns raised over housing minister 'downgrade'; infrastructure finance expert takes over HS2 brief Read more...

8 October 2013 - Finch warns of PPP failure

The failure of PPPs is often down to inadequate transaction design and application, according to a new Fitch Ratings report. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Bristol launches extra care housing PPP

Bristol City Council is planning to build new extra care housing under a PPP model. Read more...

7 October 2013 - HS2 minister steps down

Burns among three to leave government posts as mini-reshuffle gets underway Read more...

7 October 2013 - New Maltese medical PPP in the pipeline

A potential new medical PPP is in the offing in Malta. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Tender for Kuwaiti waste PPP

Kuwait has launched a tender for a new waste PPP. Read more...

7 October 2013 - PFI contractors taking on ‘too many liabilities’

EXCLUSIVE: PFI and PF2 projects are putting too great an onus on main contractors and could cause some to default, sources have warned. Read more...

7 October 2013 - CIP announces new partner

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has made a new partner appointment. Read more...

7 October 2013 - McBains inks key Lat Am deals

Property and construction firm McBains Cooper has signed key new contracts to see oversee PPP deals in Latin America, PPP Bulletin can reveal. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Alberta looks to P3 for new infra deals

The Canadian province of Alberta is eyeing a number of new cross-sector infrastructure projects under a P3 model. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Bilfinger Berger fund to acquire 11 PPP projects

Bilfinger Berger Global Infrastructure (BBGI) has announced plans to raise additional capital to finance the purchase of 11 PPP projects. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Three shortlisted for Aussie highway

Three teams have been shortlisted for Melbourne’s East-West Link highway PPP. Read more...

7 October 2013 - Paraguay PPPs valued at $30bn

Paraguay’s proposed new PPP law could generate some $30bn in investment opportunities in the next 10 years. Read more...

4 October 2013 - Private finance still possible for Ohio Bridge

A study of options for the new Brent Spence Bridge between Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky has recommended two potential delivery models. Read more...

4 October 2013 - Winner for Ontario hospital

A preferred bidder has been selected on Canada’s Providence Care hospital project in Ontario. Read more...

4 October 2013 - Indian PPP tribunal bill finalised

India’s Planning Commission has finalised the draft bill to tackle disputes in PPP projects. Read more...

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Corbynmania: The final nail in PFI’s coffin?

As the Labour leadership frontrunner’s bandwagon continues to roll, his popularity offers another chance to attack privately financed infrastructure

EBRD managing director for Infrastructure Thomas Maier talks about what they are doing to boost PPP investment

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Balfour Beatty 1411 mill
2 Carillion 1227 mill
3 Amber Infrastructure 1084.3 mill
4 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 1041.8 mill
5 Equitix 932 mill