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29 July 2015 - PIN issued for Dutch port PPP

A municipality in the Netherlands is seeking a private partner to expand a harbour through a design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFMO) contract Read more...

29 July 2015 - Abertis reports best results

The Spanish company has posted results up 5% to €1.6bn from the first half of 2014, with 95% of revenue from its toll road portfolio, up 2% Read more...

28 July 2015 - Planning permission for Grangegorman PPP

Dublin City Council has granted planning permission for the development of campus buildings under a PPP for the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) Read more...

27 July 2015 - Ireland urged to increase infra spend

A group representing Irish businesses has called on the government to boost its infrastructure spend between now and 2020. Read more...

27 July 2015 - PIN issued for Dutch municipal PPP

A municipality in the Netherlands is preparing to procure the development of a mixed-use building to provide health and education services as PPP Read more...

27 July 2015 - PIN issued for Belgian heat PPP

A city in Wallonia aims to build a new network of heat production and distribution for public buildings through a PPP concession. Read more...

27 July 2015 - Italian civic PPP tendered

A municipality in northern Italy is seeking a private partner to convert an old school building into an administrative centre for the municipality through a PPP . Read more...

27 July 2015 - Fitch publishes final approach to PPPs

Ratings agency Fitch has published final criteria outlining the agency's global approach to rating the obligations of a public sector grantor in a PPP. Read more...

24 July 2015 - Winner for Dutch municipal PPP

The Municipality of Westlands in the Netherlands has named a preferred bidder for its town hall PPP. Read more...

24 July 2015 - Ballast Nedam accepts takeover

Dutch construction firm Ballast Nedam has accepted a takeover offer from a Turkish developer. Read more...

24 July 2015 - Details emerge for Belgian transit PPP

A Flemish authority procuring a transit depot PPP has revealed when the project is to be tendered Read more...

23 July 2015 - Hungary to join infra fund

The government of Hungary has announced its intention to join the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust fund. Read more...

23 July 2015 - Belarus readies pilot PPP

The government of Belarus has been discussing the implementation of its first PPP project with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC). Read more...

21 July 2015 - Romanian energy PPP tendered

A city in Romania is seeking a private partner to finance, design, construct, operate and maintain a combined heat and power plant Read more...

21 July 2015 - Dutch civic PPP signed

The Netherland’s Rijksvastgoedbedrijf and the R Creator consortium have signed the Rijkskantoor De Knoop PPP. Read more...

21 July 2015 - FC for Moscow-Saint Petersburg Highway

Financing has been closed and the construction contract finalised for sections 7 and 8 of the Moscow-Saint Petersburg Highway PPP. Read more...

21 July 2015 - Croatia selects PPP adviser

Croatia’s Centre for Monitoring of the Energy Sector and Investments (CEI) has awarded a mandate to advise the procurement agency on the rollout of its PPP pipeline. Read more...

21 July 2015 - Danish pension funds developing infra

Two of Denmark’s largest pension funds have joined forces to help promote private financing in infrastructure in developing countries. Read more...

20 July 2015 - Winner for Amsterdam lock PPP

Rijkswaterstaat has announced the preferred bidder for the Ijmuiden sea lock PPP in the Netherlands Read more...

20 July 2015 - Polish waste PPP tendered

A city in southern Poland is seeking a private partner to finance, build and operate waste treatment plants under a PPP Read more...

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On the hunt

Why fox hunting suddenly has everything to do with infrastructure

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No Time to Lose

Galliford Try’s Mark Baxter is hoping to have two and a half markets to tackle in the coming years. He tells Paul Jarvis that UK authorities need to build while the debt remains cheap

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