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15 July 2013 - Green Bank replaces Montague

The Green Investment Bank has appointed a replacement for Sir Adrian Montague, who helped establish the organisation. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Industry urged to support road reform

Transport minister Stephen Hammond has called on the private sector to help the government in its reforms of the way it manages and improves the road network. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Spain announces rail tender

Spain’s Minister for Public Works will unveil a high-speed rail PPP later this year. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Three in for CALA Expressway

Three of the Philippines’ biggest firms have expressed interest in bidding for a road project PPP. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Puerto Rico to issue new advisor RFP

A request for proposals (RFP) is to be issued for financial consultants on a new energy P3 in Puerto Rico, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

15 July 2013 - RFQ for Nevada highway

A request for qualifications (RFQ) is due for Nevada’s $1.8bn Project NEON highway P3. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Philippines pushes for agriculture PPPs

The Department of Agriculture is trying to progress with three new projects in the Philippines’ agriculture and fisheries markets. Read more...

15 July 2013 - Hull seeks development partner

Hull City Council has launched a tender for a private sector development partner to deliver a range of new buildings within the city’s Fruit Market area. Read more...

12 July 2013 - PF2 ‘a £1bn per year market’

EXCLUSIVE: The future for PF2 will be no more than a £1bn per year market and the industry must react and adapt to this new environment, a Partnerships Bulletin event has heard. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Stoke & Staffs fire PFI closes

Stoke and Staffordshire’s second fire station PFI deal has reached financial close. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Clubfinance growth continues

Financial advisory Clubfinance Project Finance has further added to its growing team of infrastructure experts. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Infrastructure tops universities’ priorities

Universities have put improving their infrastructure to attract new students at the top of their agendas, according to new research. Read more...

12 July 2013 - JLIF acquires £123m PFI portfolio

John Laing Infrastructure Fund (JLIF) has announced its largest acquisition since its inception as a listed fund in 2010. Read more...

12 July 2013 - IFC helps finance solar PPP

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has agreed to help finance a new solar power PPP in India. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Pinsents boosts infra team

Law firm Pinsent Masons has brought five lawyers from rival Bircham Dyson Bell into its infrastructure planning and government affairs division. Read more...

12 July 2013 - New head for Sydney terminal PPP

A new chief executive officer has been appointed for Sydney’s Moorebank Intermodal Terminal PPP in Australia. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Contract signed for French City of Music

A consortium has signed the deal for the new City of Music on Seguin Island in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Final tender due for Indonesian rail PPP

Indonesia’s Kalimantan railway PPP will launch its final tender to shortlisted bidders in the coming months. Read more...

12 July 2013 - New PPP head for French law firm

France’s Kalliopé law firm has announced the appointment of its latest partner, who will head up its project finance arm. Read more...

12 July 2013 - Nigerian dual carriageway deal signed

The Nigerian government has awarded the contract for the extension of its Keffi/Lafia dual carriage PPP. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Pinsent Masons 976 mill
2 Ashurst 953 mill
3 Allen & Overy 745 mill
4 Norton Rose Fulbright 745 mill
5 Shepherd & Wedderburn 745 mill