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20 April 2016 - Polish road agency seeks legal adviser

Poland’s General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKIA) is seeking a legal adviser for further PPP road projects. Read more...

20 April 2016 - Macedonian leisure PPP launched

A municipality of Macedonia has launched a sports centre project, including a hotel and golf, which is to be deliverd as a PPP. Read more...

20 April 2016 - Transport Infrastructure Ireland selects TA

Ireland’s road authority has awarded a contract for technical consultancy services for road projects – as it seeks a technical adviser for a Cork scheme. Read more...

20 April 2016 - Italian region issues street lighting PPP

The municipalities of' Union Alto Cilento (Unione Comuni Alto Cilento) is procuring a street lighting project to be delivered under a PPP scheme. Read more...

19 April 2016 - Wierzbowski Eversheds launches German Desk

Law firm Wierzbowski Eversheds has established a German Desk that will advise on a range of international projects, including PPP deals. Read more...

19 April 2016 - Lovell names new MD

Housebuilder Lovell has announced the retirement of its managing director, and appointed a former Laing O’Rourke major projects chief to take over. Read more...

19 April 2016 - Maddocks hires PPP expert

Australian law firm Maddocks has appointed a PPP professional as a partner in its construction and projects practice. Read more...

19 April 2016 - HICL takes road PFI stake

Infrastructure investor HICL has acquired a 30% stake in a UK road PFI project. Read more...

18 April 2016 - ‘Huge opportunity’ for Asian infra investment

A report from the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) in Tokyo has suggested that there is much more work to be done across Asia to increase private sector investment in infrastructure. Read more...

18 April 2016 - All Scots PFIs ‘facing checks’

All buildings funded through PFI in Scotland are to be put through safety checks following the issues at the Oxgangs Primary School, it has been reported. Read more...

18 April 2016 - Salford extends regen JV

Salford City Council has extended its Urban Vision joint venture initiative by another three years. Read more...

18 April 2016 - Austrian waste PPP tendered

A municipality in Austria has issued a notice for a waste PPP contract Read more...

18 April 2016 - Moody’s backs EU project bonds market

Ratings agency Moody’s expects to see significant growth in Europe’s project bonds market following a successful pilot of the Europe 2020 Project Bond initiative. Read more...

18 April 2016 - EoI for Kenya water project

Kenya’s water public authority is seeking consultancy services for the construction of five dams to be delivered under a PPP scheme. Read more...

18 April 2016 - Scotland tenders energy support unit

The Scottish government is seeking a service provider for a project development unit to support its public sector energy efficiency programme. Read more...

18 April 2016 - UPDATED: Auckland seeks advisers for rail projects

The New Zealand city of Auckland is procuring the services of financial and legal advisers for two major rail projects. Read more...

15 April 2016 - Irish govt publishes housing plan

As Enda Kenny is expected to be returned as Taoiseach next week, outgoing environment minister Alan Kelly has urged the incoming government to ramp up the delivery of social housing Read more...

15 April 2016 - New members for UK Construction Council

The government has appointed three new members of its Construction Leadership Council. Read more...

15 April 2016 - Winner for Amsterdam Court PPP

The Dutch government has named a preferred bidder for the Amsterdam Court PPP Read more...

15 April 2016 - 17 Edinburgh schools suffering faults

The City of Edinburgh Council has reported that early indications suggest there are construction faults in all schools in the PPP batch that included Oxgangs Primary School, which lost an external wall due to high winds over Easter. Read more...

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Keeping positive

The troubles afflicting Edinburgh’s PPP schools should not detract from what the best examples of the model can offer

Christopher Healy, Counsel in Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team on the prospects for transport infrastructure in Africa

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