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15 May 2013 - Tenders relaunched for Indian port project

A port PPP in Chennai has decided to refloat tenders inviting parties to take part in the request for qualification process. Read more...

15 May 2013 - Suez Canal law clarified

An ownership issue involving developmental land and a PPP programme in Egypt has been cleared up by government officials. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Infra gap ‘costing £78bn annually’

The lack of top quality infrastructure in the UK cost the country £78bn annually between 2000 and 2010, according to research from a major contractors’ association. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Balfour hit by falling construction

Balfour Beatty has reported a 23% fall in its UK construction revenue for the first quarter of 2013. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Indian highway PPP reaches financial close

A design, build, finance operate and transfer road project in Kerala India has reached financial close. Read more...

14 May 2013 - India explores aquatic PPPs

The state tourism department in Andhra Pradesh is looking to boost visitors by constructing three new attractions through PPP. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Philippines mulls $730m PPP fund

The Philippines’ central government may allocate an extra $730m for PPPs, as it contemplates a contingent libility fund. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Brazil state drops train tender

Sao Paulo’s state governor Geraldo Alckmin has cancelled a $447m tender for a rail programme connecting Sao Paulo city with Guarulhos International Airport. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Australia culls housing PPP

The New South Wales state government has cancelled a social housing programme. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Affordable housing PPP gets green light

The state of Florida has rubber stamped the go ahead of two new housing PPPs. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Scotland launches latest housing round

The Scottish Futures Trust has begun procurement of the next phase of its National Housing Trust initiative. Read more...

13 May 2013 - ‘Market conditions’ hit school programme

PF2 ‘not to blame’ as private finance cut to £700m; aggregator model ‘vital’ to scheme Read more...

13 May 2013 - IFC pledges involvement in Senegal

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has announced it will expand its investments in PPPs in Senegal. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Brazil unveils hospital deals

The State of Sao Paulo has launched guidelines for four hospital projects in the state. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Kiwi fund pledges $20m to hospital PPP

New Zealand’s Morrison & Co Public Infrastructure Partners (PIP) Fund has invested $20m in an Australian hospital PPP. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Bids in for Toronto LRT plans

Infrastructure Ontario has received bids for a light rail transit (LRT) maintenance and storage facility in Toronto, Canada. Read more...

13 May 2013 - India moots new e-waste PPP

The government of Calcutta is considering building a new PPP involved with e-waste management. Read more...

13 May 2013 - More delays on Rio’s bullet train

Brazil’s $17bn bullet train PPP has been delayed even further, after international bidders raised concerns over the process. Read more...

10 May 2013 - Cambridge Uni seeks housing partners

Cambridge University’s £1bn regeneration programme has taken another step forward as the scheme seeks housebuilders to deliver new residential buildings as part of the first phase of the scheme. Read more...

10 May 2013 - New rail head for EC Harris

Technical consultancy EC Harris has appointed a new partner to take on the role of rail sector lead. Read more...

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Silly season begins

Recent claims and counterclaims over the Green Investment Bank look likely to be the first salvo in a long election battle, in which infrastructure is set to be in the firing line

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 PwC 2730 mill
2 Grant Thornton 900 mill
3 Jones Lang LaSalle 800 mill
4 Deloitte 384 mill
5 Ernst & Young 197 mill