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16 June 2017 - Birm uni launches Middle East PPP

The University of Birmingham has issued a contract notice to deliver a £100m campus in the Middle East. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Adelaide hospital PPP handed over

The Government of South Australia and the private consortium have reached commercial acceptance on the new Royal Adelaide Hospital PPP, following legal battles over construction defects. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Aviva has ‘tremendous appetite’

Exclusive: Aviva Investors has a “tremendous appetite” to deploy more capital, according to its new head of infrastructure debt. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Donohoe to drive ‘new’ Irish Capital Plan

New prime minister appoints Paschal Donohoe to head finance and expenditure ministries; housing plan to be reviewed by new minister Read more...

15 June 2017 - BlackRock adds student accomm project

BlackRock Real Assets has acquired a second student accommodation site in Sheffield, as it continues to increase its focus on the sector. Read more...

15 June 2017 - RFQ postponed for Sri Lankan water PPP

Sri Lanka’s National Water Supply and Drainage Board has postponed the deadline for tenders to deliver its water PPP. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Atkins 'strong' ahead of takeover

Engineering firm WS Atkins has announced “strong” results for the year ending in March, as the company braces for a £2.1bn takeover by Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Amey appoints FM, defence, justice head

Contractor Amey has appointed a new head of its FM, defence and justice operations. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Date set for Wales technical day

The Welsh government has confirmed the date of the technical event to be held to discuss the finer details of the mutual investment model (MIM) programme. Read more...

14 June 2017 - German firms eye African infra

Some of Germany's largest enterprises have affirmed their willingness to invest in African infrastructure. Read more...

14 June 2017 - CBI urges ‘new partnership’ for infra

Business group urges 'new partnership' between business and government; Lord Adonis insists politics won't stop infrastructure plans Read more...

14 June 2017 - EY expands Irish practice

A senior PPP expert from Deloitte is to join rival EY in Dublin as it continues to expand its government and infrastructure team, Partnerships Bulletin understands. Read more...

14 June 2017 - New housing minister appointed

The government has appointed a new housing minister after previous incumbent Gavin Barwell lost his seat in last week's election. Read more...

14 June 2017 - Angola, Tanzania seek PPP consultants

The World Bank has issued two requests for expressions of interest as it seeks consultants for PPPs in Angola and Tanzania. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Hochtief targets UK regen market

Exclusive: Hochtief PPP Solutions is looking into the opportunities for it to develop in the UK's regeneration market, its executive vice president has said, with asset-backed models and garden villages seen as significant opportunities in the coming years. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Kazakh uni hospital PPP seeks advisers

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has issued a request for expressions of interest (EoI) from consultants for a university hospital PPP in Kazakhstan. Read more...

13 June 2017 - HICL ‘optimistic’ on UK opportunities

Infrastructure investor HICL remains optimistic that a PPP pipeline will emerge in the UK in the wake of the recent election. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Watkin Jones finances six student developments

Developer Watkin Jones has forward sold a portfolio of six student accommodation developments to a consortium of institutional investors. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Advisers sought for Nigerian port PPPs

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has issued a request for expressions of interest from consultants for a multi-lot port PPP programme. Read more...

13 June 2017 - Pinsent Masons to open Dublin office

Law firm Pinsent Masons has announced plans to open an office in Dublin. Read more...

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Not getting Cross(rail)

The disappearance of Crossrail 2 from the government’s list of priorities is curious

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