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3 September 2015 - Odisha unveils transport dept

The government of Odisha in eastern India is to create a new Department of Transport to help it plan and manage new infrastructure projects – as it unveiled nine new road PPPs. Read more...

3 September 2015 - FC for Polish court PPP

State-owned bank to provide debt for Nowy Sacz court PPP in Poland Read more...

2 September 2015 - Winner for Australia schools PPP

The Victorian government has selected a preferred bidder for the New Schools PPP Read more...

2 September 2015 - PFI providers ‘must smell the coffee’

NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens has called on PFI providers to improve the standards of food and nutrition in their services. Read more...

2 September 2015 - No challenge to Herts incinerator decision

Waste specialist Veolia has decided not to challenge the government’s decision to refuse planning permission for the proposed energy from waste plant for the Hertfordshire waste PFI. Read more...

2 September 2015 - PIN for German school PPP

A city in Germany is procuring the construction of a primary school and day care centre under a PPP model. Read more...

2 September 2015 - Libya reveals new PPP

Tripoli’s new international trade fair ground will be built though PPP, the government has revealed. Read more...

2 September 2015 - IMF head touts Indonesian infra

Infrastructure development should play a central role in the rejuvenation of Indonesia’s economy, according to the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Read more...

2 September 2015 - Winner for Israeli police PFI

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Israeli police force’s $115m helicopter PFI project. Read more...

2 September 2015 - PPP backed for Irish colleges

The Irish Higher Education Authority (HEA) has urged authorities to consider PPP to deliver student accommodation; bids due for Dublin accommodation PPP Read more...

1 September 2015 - Winner due for Clyde Valley Waste

A preferred bidder for the Clyde Valley residual waste PPP deal is due this month, the authority leading the programme has confirmed. Read more...

1 September 2015 - Aberdeen hospitals plan unveiled

NHS Grampian has published the plans for its £150m Foresterhill Campus redevelopment programme, to be funded under the non-profit distributing (NPD) model. Read more...

1 September 2015 - London leisure project tendered

A London borough is inviting expressions of interest to finance, build and operate a new water park leisure facility. Read more...

1 September 2015 - Sacyr reaches €264m in PPPs

Spanish contractor Sacyr’s concessions business has grown 23% during the first quarter of 2015 compared to the same period last year, due to its international projects. Read more...

28 August 2015 - Egypt wastewater FC due September

Date for project signature and implementation pushed back from August; winner confirmed Read more...

28 August 2015 - DLA boosts infra team

DLA Piper has brought in a specialist construction team, including PPP expert, from Eversheds. Read more...

28 August 2015 - NSW issues PPP variation guidance

The Treasury of New South Wales has issued a circular providing clarification on when its Infrastructure and Structured Finance Unit (ISFU) should be consulted on planned changes to operational PPP contracts. Read more...

28 August 2015 - Sri Lanka to receive ADB loan

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is to lend $200m to Sri Lanka in 2018 to support wind power generation and explore PPP schemes. Read more...

28 August 2015 - Portugal concludes PPP road negotiations

The Portuguese government has exceeded its own expectations by over €150m in its programme to deliver savings on 14 road PPP deals. Read more...

28 August 2015 - IFC seeks study into Turkish municipal PPPs

The World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) from firms to examine the municipal PPP pipeline in Turkey. 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.