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3 July 2015 - EC gives €13bn boost to transport deals

The European Commission has published a list of 276 transport projects to receive €13.1bn in funding through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Read more...

3 July 2015 - Spanish hospital PPP to be reviewed

Miguel Angel Revilla, head of the Regional Party of Cantabria (PRC), has announced his intentions to cancel the PPP contract for the Valdecillas hospital. Read more...

3 July 2015 - Flanders depot PPP progresses

Flemish transport agency De Lijn has awarded a technical adviser contract for a transit depot PPP. Read more...

3 July 2015 - New partner for WFW Paris office

Law firm Watson Farley & Williams’ (WFW) has recruited Guillaume Ansaloni as a new partner in the finance team of its Paris office. Read more...

2 July 2015 - Centrus Advisors expands Dublin team

London-based project finance advisory firm Centrus has appointed a director to its Dublin office. Read more...

2 July 2015 - Georgia seeks PPP advisers

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) to provide assistance to the Georgian government on PPP policy and law. Read more...

1 July 2015 - PPP mooted for Dublin hospitals

Ireland’s health minister Leo Varadkar has said PPP could be used to build two new hospitals in Dublin. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Vilnius hub PPP progresses

Vilnius City Municipality and the Government of Lithuania are to host a public consultation on 8 July for the health, education, culture and business support centre complex PPP project. Read more...

1 July 2015 - Polish waste PPP on ‘final straight’

An authority procuring a waste-to-energy project, which has been at shortlist stage since 2013, is expected to issue a request for proposals in the autumn. Read more...

1 July 2015 - FC for Dutch courthouse

The Breda Courthouse PPP in the Netherlands has reached financial close with three debt providers. Read more...

30 June 2015 - Antwerp seeks PPP advisers

The Belgian city has issued a tender for advisers to provide legal, financial and economic support for the city’s transport infrastructure plans – as parking PPP issued Read more...

30 June 2015 - Winner for German municipal PPP

A municipality in Lower Saxony has signed a contract with a contractor to build and finance an archive building under a PPP. Read more...

29 June 2015 - Macedonia hydro PPP tendered

A local utility in Macedonia has issued a tender for the construction of two small hydro power plants as a PPP. Read more...

29 June 2015 - Deadline extended for Turkish road PPPs

Turkey’s transport ministry has extended the deadline for tenders for two sections of the North Marmara Motorway. Read more...

26 June 2015 - FC for largest Turkish hospital PPP

Italian-Turkish team sign financing package with 11 banks for a €1bn health campus in Ankara Read more...

26 June 2015 - FCC targets cost reductions

Spanish construction giant FCC has confirmed its intention to continue bearing down on costs to “recover its financial strength”. Read more...

26 June 2015 - Aragon hospital not stalled

The Court of Justice of Aragon in Spain has officially refuted reports that Hospital de Alcaniz PPP has been cancelled Read more...

26 June 2015 - New CFO for Hochtief Solutions

Construction group reshuffles division’s management structure as Hochtief Solutions CFO leaves company Read more...

25 June 2015 - Madrid PPPs to be reviewed

The new president of the Madrid regional government, Cristina Cifuentes, is to revise the City of Justice project Read more...

25 June 2015 - Utrecht PPP awarded

The Netherland’s State Real Estate Company (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf) has formally awarded the Utrecht office PPP. Read more...

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Danish intrigue

Viewers of the increasingly popular Danish dramas such as Borgen, The Killing and The Bridge will be well used to plot twists and political surprises that influence daily life in the kingdom.

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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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