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17 June 2015 - Bam to see Grangegorman PPP documents

An Irish High Court judge has ruled in favour of allowing Bam PGGM access to the Grangegorman PPP tender documents –- as the Dutch team is confirmed preferred bidder for Irish courts PPP Read more...

17 June 2015 - ACS closes Spanish PPP deal

Spanish developer has sold 80% stake in five PPP assets to DIF Read more...

17 June 2015 - Indian healthcare centres to be PPP

A number of new primary healthcare centres (PHCs) to be opened in Rajasthan India will be delivered through PPP. Read more...

17 June 2015 - Slovak road PPP shortlist due

The Slovakian government will disclose a list of the four bidders for the D4/R7 Expressway PPP in the next few days, Partnerships Bulletin understands. Read more...

16 June 2015 - Housing needs “double-devolution” partnerships

New local institutions that devolve housing to their localities would help significantly improve the UK’s housing needs, according to research from thinktank ResPublica. Read more...

16 June 2015 - Osborne urged to avoid infra cuts

Chancellor George Osborne has been called on to “act with caution” when considering spending cuts in infrastructure in the upcoming emergency Budget. Read more...

16 June 2015 - HCA tops affordable housing targets

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has revealed that it built 11,000 more affordable homes during 2010-15 than its government targets had anticipated. Read more...

16 June 2015 - 4 Corners infra expands team

Boutique firm 4 Corners Infrastructure has made a new hire to its team ahead of its upcoming fund launch. Read more...

16 June 2015 - Dutch sports PPP tendered

A town in the Netherlands is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate (DBFMO) a sports facility Read more...

15 June 2015 - Uganda to improve project selection

The Ugandan government has set out plans in its 2015-16 Budget to increase investment in its public infrastructure by improving the way in which projects are selected and analysed for delivery through PPP. Read more...

15 June 2015 - $3bn of Philippines deals up for approval

Four projects with a combined value of $3bn are under discussion for approval from the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) in the Philippines. Read more...

15 June 2015 - Thai govt backs 2 PPPs

The Thai government has given its approval to two energy projects to be delivered via the PPP model. Read more...

15 June 2015 - PIN issued for Czech motorway PPP

The Czech government is seeking advisers to prepare and implement the tender procedure for the R4 expressway PPP. Read more...

15 June 2015 - French regeneration concession tendered

A city in south west France is seeking a private partner to develop its historic centre under a 10-year concession. Read more...

15 June 2015 - UN issues PPP training materials

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) secretariat has published a new version of its online PPP training materials. Read more...

15 June 2015 - G4S FM appoints finance director

A new finance director has been appointed at G4S FM, with responsibility for the firm’s finances across the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man. Read more...

15 June 2015 - WA mulls prison PPP

Western Australia could choose to build its next prison scheme via a PPP model, the state’s corrective services minister has claimed. Read more...

12 June 2015 - German highway PPP tendered

The federal government of Germany, represented by the state of Brandenburg, is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate the A10/A 24 in Brandenburg. Read more...

12 June 2015 - GCP refinances PFI portfolio

Secondary market investor GCP Infrastructure Investments has successfully refinanced its portfolio of operational PFI deals. Read more...

12 June 2015 - Western Australia commits to PPPs

Western Australia's Treasurer has confirmed the state will continue to pursue PPP schemes, as it also looks to sell off a number of assets. 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.