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17 September 2015 - Queensland submits project plans

The Queensland government has submitted a list of 12 projects to Infrastructure Australia as the state looks to highlight its plans to the new federal prime minister. Read more...

17 September 2015 - Qatar reveals road plans

Qatar has announced major road infrastructure work for the coming 12 months, with up to 95% of the infrastructure budget earmarked for roads. Read more...

17 September 2015 - Spanish hospital PPP cancelled

Project cancelled despite previous assurances; preferred bidders could seek over €2m in compensation Read more...

17 September 2015 - Fiscal body approves Irish “giveaway” budget

Government plans to expand the upcoming budget by €1.5bn approved by fiscal watchdog as launch of capital plan imminent; new Grangegorman board appointed Read more...

17 September 2015 - Clyde & Co agrees Scottish merger

Law firm Clyde & Co has agreed a merger with a Scottish firm, significantly enhancing its presence in the country. Read more...

17 September 2015 - Shortlist for Kuwait waste PPP

Kuwait’s Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) has shortlisted five teams for the Kabd Municipal Solid Waste PPP deal. Read more...

16 September 2015 - Galliford reveals record results

Contractor Galliford Try has published record results for the full year ended 30 June 2015, with pre-tax profits rising by 20%. Read more...

16 September 2015 - Tender due for German municipal PPP

A municipal council in Germany is expected to approve the use of PPP to deliver a €40m leisure facility this week. Read more...

16 September 2015 - EBRD signs Kosovo infra loan

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has made its first investment in Kosovo’s transport sector. Read more...

16 September 2015 - Scots waste deal approved

Council grants planning permission; year-end financial close targeted Read more...

16 September 2015 - Davey lands new energy role

International law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has appointed former energy secretary Ed Davey to advise on energy projects. Read more...

16 September 2015 - €7bn for infra in Dutch Budget 2016

As the Netherlands returns to growth the Ministry of Infrastructure allocates €5.8bn for rail, roads and waterways Read more...

15 September 2015 - PIP confirms Thames Tideway role

The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has confirmed that it helped secure over £370m of pension fund investment in the Thames Tideway Tunnel Infrastructure Provider. Read more...

15 September 2015 - Natixis shuffles infra team

Natixis has made new appointments to its infrastructure team, with a new global head of aviation, export and infrastructure finance taking over from Benjamin Sirgue. Read more...

15 September 2015 - Ukraine planning new infra schemes

Ukraine is pushing through reforms and hopes to have a number of infrastructure developments coming forward by the end of this year and into 2016. Read more...

14 September 2015 - Selwood: NZ infra prospects strong

Exclusive: Transport infrastructure to grow; schools pipeline to ramp up; affordable housing a growth area Read more...

14 September 2015 - Corbyn victory raises infra questions

New Labour leader has previously rubbished PFI and called for them to be bought back by government; his plans to fund infra through printing money been dubbed ‘PFI on steroids’; manifesto includes plans for ‘National Education Service’ akin to NHS Read more...

14 September 2015 - APEC launches Cebu Action Plan

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) has launched a new roadmap designed to provide a more sustainable financial future for the region. Read more...

14 September 2015 - Tender for Austrian school PPP

The City of Vienna is seeking a private partner to plan, build, finance, maintain and operate a school. Read more...

14 September 2015 - Italian housing project tendered

The municipality of Casale sul Sile in Trovesio Italy has launched the tender for a new housing concession. Read more...

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Political intrigue

In the weeks after the Brexit vote, barely a day went by in UK politics without some new major earthquake. In the days following Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Budget, the ground is again feeling rather shaky

Paul Jarvis interviews NIC chairman Lord Adonis at Clyde & Co in London

Innovation through infrastructure: Lord Adonis in conversation with Paul Jarvis from Clyde & Co on Vimeo.