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2 July 2015 - World Bank approves India PPP loan

The World Bank has approved a $650m loan for a freight corridor project in India. Read more...

2 July 2015 - Centrus Advisors expands Dublin team

London-based project finance advisory firm Centrus has appointed a director to its Dublin office. Read more...

2 July 2015 - Georgia seeks PPP advisers

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) to provide assistance to the Georgian government on PPP policy and law. Read more...

2 July 2015 - Finance raised for Nigerian PPP

A new Sea Port project in Nigeria has raised $500m. Read more...

2 July 2015 - INPP takes full control of Liverpool PPP

International Public Partnerships (INPP) has acquired an additional 19.9% investment in the Liverpool Central Library Project to take full control Read more...

1 July 2015 - Orrick poaches Hogan Lovells energy team

Law firm Orrick has brought in three energy and projects experts from rival Hogan Lovells. Read more...

1 July 2015 - PPP mooted for Dublin hospitals

Ireland’s health minister Leo Varadkar has said PPP could be used to build two new hospitals in Dublin. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Willis and Towers Watson merge

A merger has been agreed between brokers Willis and Towers Watson that will create a global advisory, broking and solutions firm. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Vilnius hub PPP progresses

Vilnius City Municipality and the Government of Lithuania are to host a public consultation on 8 July for the health, education, culture and business support centre complex PPP project. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Ghana Uni signs accommodation PPP

The University of Ghana has signed a deal for a $64m student accommodation project with a private joint venture focused on improving African infrastructure. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Polish waste PPP on ‘final straight’

An authority procuring a waste-to-energy project, which has been at shortlist stage since 2013, is expected to issue a request for proposals in the autumn. Read more...

1 July 2015 - FC for Dutch courthouse

The Breda Courthouse PPP in the Netherlands has reached financial close with three debt providers. Read more...

30 June 2015 - Antwerp seeks PPP advisers

The Belgian city has issued a tender for advisers to provide legal, financial and economic support for the city’s transport infrastructure plans – as parking PPP issued Read more...

30 June 2015 - Sweett results ‘reflect ongoing tidying up’

Group sees £1.1m loss; chief executive highlights strong underlying business; hopes to sell APAC business this year Read more...

30 June 2015 - Winner for German municipal PPP

A municipality in Lower Saxony has signed a contract with a contractor to build and finance an archive building under a PPP. Read more...

30 June 2015 - Indonesia banks on maritime and power

Maritime and power plant infrastructure will be the main focus for Indonesia once the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is up and running by the end of the year. Read more...

30 June 2015 - Macquarie Capital’s Miller to retire

Sydney based infra head to leave; two co-heads to take his place; Vocye to transfer from US Read more...

30 June 2015 - Infra Tasmania exploring transport options

Infrastructure Tasmania is considering a number of new transport projects. Read more...

30 June 2015 - Another PFI dispute hits bond ratings

Ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded £218m of index-linked guaranteed secured bonds issued as part of a PFI deal due to an ongoing dispute between the parties. Read more...

30 June 2015 - NZ reveals $14bn transport plan

The New Zealand Transport Agency has confirmed expenditure of $13.9bn for its 2015-18 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP). Read more...

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New Year, New Hope

2017 has some interesting opportunities on the horizon for the PPP market, but they won’t be found in traditional settings

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.