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11 March 2016 - EIB backs Dutch A6

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has pledged financing for the Dutch A6 road PPP under its European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) programme. Read more...

10 March 2016 - Infra Commission backs Crossrail 2

Crossrail 2 stations should be privately financed says report; scheme is top priority of National Infrastructure Commission’s report on London transport Read more...

10 March 2016 - PIP launches £1bn direct fund

The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has unveiled its first fund to invest directly into UK infrastructure, with a target size of £1bn. Read more...

10 March 2016 - Former PFI seeks FM provider

A former PFI project is looking for a new facilities management (FM) provider, over two years after the public partner acquired the project vehicle. Read more...

10 March 2016 - Abengoa negotiations progress

Spanish developer Abengoa has confirmed a preliminary agreement with creditors on the reorganisation of the firm. Read more...

10 March 2016 - Winner for Dutch N18

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the N18 road PPP in the Netherlands. Read more...

9 March 2016 - Housing ‘key' to London's growth

The next Mayor of London needs to commit to building 50,000 homes per year to meet demand, according to business lobby group the CBI. Read more...

9 March 2016 - Finland ‘ripe for renewables investment'

A new report has highlighted Finland as a potential destination for major investment in renewable energy schemes within the Nordics region. Read more...

9 March 2016 - Go-ahead for Aussie LRT

The government of New South Wales has formally launched the plans to deliver the third light rail network in the state. Read more...

9 March 2016 - Austrian city issues school PPP

A city in Austria has tendered a school campus project to house 1,100 students. Read more...

9 March 2016 - German hospital PPP awarded

Germany’s Ministry of Economy, Work and Transport has awarded the extension of a hospital in Walsrode, Lower Saxony. Read more...

8 March 2016 - John Laing positive on PPP outlook

Developer John Laing expects strong growth in the PPP market over the mid-term, as it revealed a drop in profits for 2015. Read more...

8 March 2016 - Northern transport plans outlined

The government has published the first annual update report on the development of the Northern transport strategy. Read more...

8 March 2016 - Interserve hires transport specialist

Construction and support services giant Interserve has appointed a new sector director for transport. Read more...

8 March 2016 - Cambodia targets PPPs

The Cambodian government is to target the delivery of PPPs as a key policy to help improve the country’s infrastructure. Read more...

8 March 2016 - Sweett disputes APAC sale with C&B

Currie & Brown’s proposed purchase of rival consultancy Sweett Group’s Asia Pacific (APAC) business has stalled over a disagreement on the price of the deal. Read more...

8 March 2016 - New Philippines PPP head sworn in

The new head of the Philippines PPP Center Centre has now been officially installed in the role. Read more...

8 March 2016 - Polish office building tendered

A city in the south of Poland is seeking firms to develop an office building in the historical centre. Read more...

7 March 2016 - Green Bank special share 'not enough'

The government’s efforts to safeguard the Green Investment Bank’s focus on environmentally friendly projects needs to be enshrined in legislation, the chair of a committee of MPs has said. Read more...

6 March 2016 - Moody's warns on oil prices

Ratings agency Moody's has issued a report highlighting the impact of the ongoing fall in oil prices on a number of Middle Eastern and Afdrican countries. Read more...

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Time to be bold

PF2 projects are slowly bubbling to the surface, but will the market take the bait?

Delegates at Financing African Infrastructure give their views on the market - and what they learnt at the event