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10 August 2015 - Ceredigion launches extra care plans

Ceredigion County Council has issued a prior information notice (PIN) regarding its plans for a new health programme focused around extra care housing, following last year’s £1bn masterplan. Read more...

10 August 2015 - Legg Mason closes in on RARE

US-based asset management firm Legg Mason is preparing to acquire a 75% stake in Australia’s RARE Infrastructure. Read more...

10 August 2015 - Abertis to acquire Italian toll roads

Spanish firm Abertis is expected to acquire the A4 and A31 motorways by the end of the year. Read more...

10 August 2015 - Bidders prepare for Philippines LRT Line 2

The LRT Line 2 project in the Philippines has inched closer following a pre-bid conference for the pre-qualified bidders. Read more...

10 August 2015 - Moldova PPP tendered

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has published a tender for a parking PPP in Moldova. Read more...

10 August 2015 - Adviser sought for West Bank PPP

World Bank publishes tender for legal adviser to support the Palestinian Ministry of Transport; tender to evaluate PPIAF programme also published Read more...

7 August 2015 - Winner for Western Australia schools

A preferred bidder has been chosen to deliver eight new schools in Western Australia via a PPP model, state Treasurer Mike Nahan has announced. Read more...

7 August 2015 - Papua New Guinea issues port tenders

The government of Papua New Guinea is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) for a port project and a container terminal concession bundle. Read more...

6 August 2015 - NI energy contract tendered

Belfast City Council is seeking a private partner for a replacement combined heat and power (CHP) scheme across the city. Read more...

6 August 2015 - PIN issued for Welsh solar farm

Wrexham County Borough Council is seeking offers for two more solar farms, after the council opened Wales' first council-owned solar farm in July. Read more...

6 August 2015 - SFT seeking ONS clarification

EXCLUSIVE: Hub schemes on hold until clarity over recent changes; questions over cash for future deals Read more...

6 August 2015 - MCC pledges $70m for new PPP projects

Bilateral US foreign aid agency the Millennium Challenge Corporation has pledged $70m for the development and preparation of new PPP projects worldwide. Read more...

5 August 2015 - Egypt waste study tendered

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is seeking a consultant to assess options for Cairo’s municipal solid waste management (MSWM) strategy Read more...

5 August 2015 - Catalonia announces transit PPP plans

The Catalan government and the Barcelona port authority are planning a rolling highway project with private support; as the Basque country plans to extend rolling highway infrastructure Read more...

5 August 2015 - Goa tenders hotel PPP

A tender has been issued in Goa, India, for a new hotel PPP. Read more...

5 August 2015 - Barking chooses regen partner

Barking & Dagenham Council has picked a contractor to help deliver the first phase of its major regeneration programme. Read more...

5 August 2015 - Gauteng rolls out PPP projects

The Gauteng government in South Africa will issue a tender for a major civic PPP project, following the announcement of the province’s wider infrastructure plans. Read more...

5 August 2015 - Germany mulls new road PPP

The German government has confirmed to Partnerships Bulletin that it is to evaluate using PPP for a road expansion project that has been added to its ‘New Generation of PPPs’. Read more...

4 August 2015 - Galliford signs £55m Hub deal

Contractor Galliford Try has reached financial close on the £55.75m Anderson High School project under the Hub North programme. Read more...

4 August 2015 - PPP proposed for Jaipur Metro

India’s Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) is planning to deliver the second phase of its metro project through a PPP model. Read more...

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Getting on with things

Six months after Australia's election, it's good to see that the focus remains on infrastructure

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.