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13 May 2015 - Spain car park PPP tendered

A city in Extremadura has tendered a project to develop an underground car park and shopping centre as a concession Read more...

12 May 2015 - Cardiff waste deal signs

The city of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan councils have signed a 15-year organic waste PPP deal with the preferred bidder. Read more...

12 May 2015 - Irish business group urges more PPPs

A group representing Irish businesses has called on the government to use PPP to deliver more infrastructure across the country, including a new Cork-Limerick motorway. Read more...

12 May 2015 - Hartlepool hospital project in doubt

Trust forced to sell land earmarked for new hospital after work far from starting on site Read more...

12 May 2015 - Italian waste PPP tendered

The City of Naples is seeking a private partner to design, construct, finance and operate a waste treatment plant Read more...

12 May 2015 - Germany urged to explore PPP

Germany must focus more of its energies into investing in infrastructure and explore PPPs as a way of boosting the regional economy according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Read more...

11 May 2015 - Cameron reveals new team

Hands new Chief Secretary; Pickles out of DCLG; Letwin takes Cabinet Office job; Gove gets Justice; Javid promoted to Business Secretary Read more...

11 May 2015 - Polish waste PPP tendered

A Polish municipality is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate a system for processing municipal waste. Read more...

11 May 2015 - Jakarta board changes ‘threaten PPPs’

The decision to scrap the position of deputy chief for infrastructure at Jakarta’s National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) could threaten the future of a number of PPPs in Indonesia, experts have warned. Read more...

11 May 2015 - Harman unveils shadow Cabinet

Acting leader Harriet Harman appoints new shadow Chancellor following Ed Balls’ election defeat; also new shadow Chief Secretary installed Read more...

11 May 2015 - Philippines seeks Canada PPP funds

Philippines president Benigno Aquino is seeking Canadian investment in the development of the country’s PPP deals. Read more...

11 May 2015 - Kuwait issues waste PPP

The Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) has issued a request for qualifications for the Kabd Municipal Solid Waste Project. Read more...

8 May 2015 - Treasury minister Alexander out

Man who had spearheaded infrastructure programme loses to SNP as LibDems suffer huge losses; Tory majority raises private finance questions Read more...

8 May 2015 - Rwanda launches petrol storage PPP

The Rwandan government has published a pre-qualification document for private parties interested in delivering a petrol storage PPP. Read more...

8 May 2015 - FCC launches new concessions unit

Spanish developer FCC has launched a new concessions and construction business amid the expected sale of its 50% stake in Globalvia. Read more...

8 May 2015 - Five in for Spanish hospital

The Government of La Rioja has received interest from five teams for the Health Complex San Millán PPP Read more...

8 May 2015 - Dutch road PPP tendered

The Dutch government has issued a tender for the A27/A1 Utrecht North - Interchange Eemnes - Connection Bunschoten-Spakenburg PPP Read more...

7 May 2015 - Wales issues NPD advisers search

The Welsh government has issued a prior information notice for legal, insurance and financial advisers to support two of its non-profit distributing (NPD) projects. Read more...

7 May 2015 - French market PPP tendered

The authority for the Nice metropolitan area is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance and maintain a €70m market facility in Nice Read more...

7 May 2015 - Problem contracts ‘hold back’ Morgan Sindall

Developer Morgan Sindall has revealed that four old construction contracts continue to hold back its progress, but other areas are continuing to perform well. Read more...

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