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19 May 2016 - Egypt tenders Nile Ferry PPP

Egyptian authorities have issued a request for qualification (RFQ) for the Nile River Bus Ferry Project. Read more...

19 May 2016 - EC urges Ireland infra spend increase

The European Commission urges Irish government to address infrastructure needs; government’s stance on Eurostat PPP treatment backed by private sector Read more...

18 May 2016 - Australia light rail PPP signed

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government has signed contracts for Canberra’s light rail project PPP Read more...

18 May 2016 - Wales plans infra commission

Programme for first 100 days of Labour govt backs National Infrastructure Commission and Welsh Development Bank Read more...

18 May 2016 - EoI for Sierra Leone health PPP

A consultant is being sought to prepare a prefeasibility study into a health PPP for the government of Sierra Leone. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Edinburgh schools PPP inquiry confirmed

Edinburgh City Council has confirmed plans to hold an inquiry into school closures, to be chaired by an “independent senior figure”. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Govt mulls local authority pension infra vehicle

The government is considering creating new platform to support local government pension funds’ investment into infrastructure. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Dentons hires Clyde infra partner

Legal giant Dentons has appointed a new partner in its London energy, transport and infrastructure practice. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Stepstone hires team from KPMG

Private equity firm StepStone has hired a team of infrastructure investment specialists from KPMG’s Sydney office. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Legislation pledged for Infra Commission

The government will introduce a bill in this Parliament to establish the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) on a statutory basis, the Queen’s Speech has revealed. Read more...

18 May 2016 - Norway releases PPP schedule

The Norwegian road authority has released a tentative timeline for its toll road PPP pipeline. Read more...

17 May 2016 - Tory MPs back Swansea Tidal Lagoon

Four out of five Conservative MPs are in favour of the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, according to research from the organisation behind the scheme. Read more...

17 May 2016 - FC for Singapore waste plant

Singapore’s largest waste-to-energy plant has reached financial close. Read more...

17 May 2016 - Belgium city issues school PPP

The city of Vilvoorde is calling firms interested in developing a primary school. Read more...

17 May 2016 - EoIs for South African power PPPs

South Africa is seeking private partners to develop a gas-fired power plant and solar parks under PPP models, as the energy minister reveals possible refinery PPP plans. Read more...

17 May 2016 - Ghana port PPP tendered

The government of Ghana is seeking expressions of interest to build, finance and operate a bulk cargo terminal under a concession. Read more...

16 May 2016 - Brexit ‘would end EIB infra investment'

Leaving the European Union would result in an end of infrastructure investment from the European Investment Bank (EIB), Prime Minister David Cameron has claimed. Read more...

16 May 2016 - Bedfordshire waste PPP resurrected

Two waste specialists have come together to take on the development of Bedfordshire’s long-delayed energy recovery facility. Read more...

16 May 2016 - Phil president plans to accelerate PPPs

New Philippines president, Rodrigo Duterte, has placed accelerating PPP and infrastructure spending at the top of his economic agenda. Read more...

16 May 2016 - Middle East sees PPP opportunities

The latest survey from consultancy PwC suggests that private sector finance in public infrastructure will become critical in the Middle East over the next year. Read more...

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