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22 October 2015 - London housing land released

Transport for London (TfL) has released over 300 acres of land for the development of new housing, in the latest in a string of efforts to increase housebuilding. Read more...

22 October 2015 - Ealing seeks offices JV

Ealing Council has announced plans for the redevelopment of its head offices in Ealing Broadway, and is seeking a joint venture partner to support the project. Read more...

22 October 2015 - M20 in Irish regional plan

Cork-Limerick motorway considered ‘vital’ to region, having been left out of national capital plan; Limerick’s Project Opera also included in plans Read more...

22 October 2015 - Details on Irish police PPP revealed

The Irish government has named the locations of new Garda stations to be delivered under a ‘major PPP project’; six stations to receive upgrade under PPP Read more...

22 October 2015 - Clayton Utz boosts projects team

Australian law firm Clayton Utz has promoted five new partners, including two with projects experience. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Sweett agrees APAC sale

Consultancy announced sale of its APAC and India businesses in £9.3m deal; makes changes to board Read more...

21 October 2015 - Hospitals urged to build care homes

Lord Carter’s latest version of his proposals to help the NHS cut its costs includes suggestions for hospitals to build care homes on their sites. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Partnership targets affordable housing

An agreement between fund manager Octopus Investments and contractor Wates Living Space will see a series of new affordable homes built with minimal public sector investment. Read more...

21 October 2015 - China launches 290 PPPs

Seven Chinese provinces have announced almost 290 projects that are looking for private sector investment. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Deadline extended for Philippines dike

The Philippines government has delayed the bidding on its Laguna Lakeshore Expressway and Dike Project until next year. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Infra Commission seeks CEO

The newly launched National Infrastructure Commission is advertising for a chief executive to lead the body under the chairmanship of Lord Adonis. Read more...

21 October 2015 - OHL subsidiaries in liquidation

Spanish developer OHL has confirmed the liquidation of two wholly owned subsidiaries running the M-12 toll road in Madrid. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Tender for NZ uni PPP

A university in New Zealand is seeking a private partner to deliver student accommodation. Read more...

21 October 2015 - Winner for Strasbourg bypass

The French transport ministry has selected a preferred bidder for the A355 Grand Western Strasbourg bypass PPP. Read more...

20 October 2015 - Ofgem launches onshore transmission consultation

Energy regulator Ofgem has begun the consultation process to open up the onshore transmission market to greater competition. Read more...

20 October 2015 - FC for Dutch sea lock

Ijmuiden deal signed with seven banks; final bids in for Beatrix Lock Read more...

20 October 2015 - Canberra light rail director quits

A senior public servant overseeing one of Australia’s biggest PPPs has left the project as bids are being considered. Read more...

20 October 2015 - PPIAF calls for PPP experts

The World Bank’s Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory facility (PPIAF) is seeking professionals in PPPs to provide expertise in energy, water and transportation. Read more...

20 October 2015 - New details on Egyptian PPPs revealed

More details have emerged about five new upcoming PPP projects in Egypt. Read more...

20 October 2015 - German police PPP to progress

A state in Germany has issued a tender for a technical consultant to advise on the construction of a new police headquarters under a PPP. Read more...

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Here we go again

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call a General Election creates further uncertainty and delay – just as the country’s infrastructure market thought it might be getting somewhere

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.