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13 March 2017 - PPP ‘not certain’ for Aussie hospital

Plans to use a PPP model for the Maitland Hospital project in New South Wales are not set in stone and could change, the state’s new health minister has warned. Read more...

13 March 2017 - Galliford in merger talks with housebuilder

Contractor Galliford Try is in talks to acquire one of the UK’s biggest housebuilders, in what could be one of the largest mergers in the sector. Read more...

13 March 2017 - Philippines to streamline PPP legislation

A House committee in the Philippines has launched a special unit to review and strengthen the legislative principles of PPPs. Read more...

13 March 2017 - Dutch barracks PPP tendered

The Dutch government has finally issued the tender notice for a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate the Michiel Adriaan de Ruyter Barracks in Vlissingen Read more...

13 March 2017 - Green Bank sale issues rumble on

The continuing controversy around the proposed sale of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) has continued, after the amount of fees spent on the process was revealed. Read more...

13 March 2017 - Sturgeon to ask for new Scots referendum

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced she will seek a second referendum on independence for the country. Read more...

13 March 2017 - NTMA mulls student accomm funds

Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) seeks legal advisers to advise on proposed investments into UK-based student accommodation funds Read more...

10 March 2017 - Five winners for NSW housing fund

Five organisations have won contracts to deliver new social housing projects to be funded through the Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF) in New South Wales. Read more...

10 March 2017 - Treasury ‘still committed’ to PF2

Exclusive: Failure to publish pipeline at Budget should not concern market; sources suggest pipeline will emerge in spring Read more...

10 March 2017 - A&O adds Paris partner

Allen & Overy has appointed a new infrastructure partner in its Paris office. Read more...

10 March 2017 - EU backs Albania PPP programme

The European Commission is to procure technical consultants to assist the Albanian government’s PPP programme. Read more...

10 March 2017 - Israel appoints LRT PPP chief

Israeli authorities have appointed a manager for the Green Line of the Jerusalem Light Rail Transit project, ahead of the release of requests for qualifications (RFQ). Read more...

10 March 2017 - RFQ for SA logistics hub

The Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA) in South Africa has released requests for qualifications (RFQs) for a logistics hub PPP project. Read more...

10 March 2017 - Belgian schools PPP programme progresses

The government of Flanders has issued a call for projects to be submitted to be procured under its new PPP programme. Read more...

10 March 2017 - Interest sought for Dublin LRT contract

Ireland’s national transport authorities are seeking expressions of interest to operate and maintain Dublin’s Luas light rail system. Read more...

9 March 2017 - Winner confirmed for Haringey Development Vehicle

Haringey Council approves £2bn regeneration vehicle winner; announces further regen partnership Read more...

9 March 2017 - UK unveils Midlands Energy strategy

The government has launched its Midlands Energy strategy, which is aimed to provide a stimulus to the region’s productivity akin to the Northern Powerhouse concept. Read more...

9 March 2017 - Hambleton chooses regen winner

Hambleton District Council has chosen its preferred partner for a joint venture to redevelop the former Northallerton prison site. Read more...

9 March 2017 - IDB launches first PPP forum

The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has organised its first PPP forum. Read more...

9 March 2017 - Frontrunner for Irish transport plan

Ireland’s National Transport Authority (NTA) has selected a preferred bidder to develop a transport strategy for the Cork metropolitan area; Limerick to select consultant for Cork motorway Read more...

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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.