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19 December 2014 - Financial close for Turkey’s first hospital PPP

Turkey has signed its first PPP deal for a major new hospital project, which is the first of many schemes currently working to achieve financial close. Read more...

18 December 2014 - Spring launch for Lithuania highway

Lithuania’s government has confirmed plans to embark on its largest ever road PPP project in the New Year. Read more...

16 December 2014 - Lithuania changes PPP rules

The Lithuanian government has approved amendments to its PPP rules that should speed up the development of new projects. Read more...

16 December 2014 - EBRD invests in Turkish PPP developer

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is subscribing to a bond issue by a major Turkish PPP investor Read more...

16 December 2014 - Dutch pension fund appoints infra head

PGGM have appointed a new Head of Infrastructure Read more...

15 December 2014 - Belgium considers courthouse PPP

The Belgian Buildings Agency has launched a consultation process to explore operating the lower floors of the Palace of Justice in Brussels through a PPP. Read more...

15 December 2014 - Polish hospital tenders energy PPP

Independent Public Health Care Specialist Hospital in Stalowa Wola is seeking a private partner to develop, finance and operate the hospital’s power generation and energy system. Read more...

12 December 2014 - Delay for Lithuanian streetlighting PPP

The Lithuania PPP Centre has confirmed that financial close has been postponed on one of its upcoming PPP projects. Read more...

11 December 2014 - Winner for Liege tram

A preferred bidder has been chosen to deliver the Liege tram line 1 PPP in Belgium. Read more...

11 December 2014 - Russia signs Indian infra deal

A joint agreement has been signed to develop new infrastructure projects to boost economic cooperation between Russia and India. Read more...

10 December 2014 - Belarus planning three PPPs

The government of Belarus is preparing to launch three PPP schemes next year, according to the country’s Coordinator of the UNDP Project in Public-Private Partnership. Read more...

10 December 2014 - EU publishes investment project list

The EU Task Force on Investment has published its list of almost 2,000 projects across Europe that it hopes will be prime candidates for investment over the next three years. Read more...

10 December 2014 - Dutch agency to review PPP bid costs

Dutch infrastructure procurement agency Rijkswaterstaat is to establish a working group to examine how to reduce transaction costs for PPP contracts. Read more...

9 December 2014 - Germany to tap into new EU investment fund

Germany is vying for a large piece of a recently announced EU €300bn investment plan. Read more...

8 December 2014 - Winner for Irish N25

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the N25 New Ross Bypass PPP in Ireland. Read more...

3 December 2014 - CIS PPP law approved

EXCLUSIVE: The new model PPP law has been passed by the InterParliamentary Assembly (IPA) of the member nations of the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), with at least two countries already looking to include the rules into their legislation Read more...

3 December 2014 - Poland considers energy efficiency PPPs

The Polish Ministry of Infrastructure and Development has launched a tender for a consultant to prepare a pathfinder PPP. Read more...

3 December 2014 - Macedonia issues parking PPP tender

The Macedonian Ministry of Health is seeking a private partner to develop a car park for a hospital in Skopje Read more...

2 December 2014 - Winner for German civic PPP

A preferred bidder has been chosen for a civic PPP in Berlin. Read more...

2 December 2014 - Norwegian wealth fund considering infra

Norway is considering letting its sovereign wealth fund invest in infrastructure. Read more...

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What Would Ed Do?

A recent comment on a young people’s forum has raised further questions over how a Labour government might use private finance in infrastructure projects

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The Anglophile

After a difficult start, FCC’s Rafael Foulquié is confident that the firm’s UK office will go from strength to strength. He tells Paul Jarvis why

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