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28 August 2015 - Portugal concludes PPP road negotiations

The Portuguese government has exceeded its own expectations by over €150m in its programme to deliver savings on 14 road PPP deals. Read more...

28 August 2015 - IFC seeks study into Turkish municipal PPPs

The World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) from firms to examine the municipal PPP pipeline in Turkey. Read more...

28 August 2015 - Lithuania sets deadline for police station PPP

Invest Lithuania has announced the due date for the Vilnius Police Infrastructure PPP project. Read more...

28 August 2015 - Ireland seeks PPP adviser

Ireland’s National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) is seeking an adviser to provide interest rate hedging advisory services for PPP projects to be procured and delivered by the agency. Read more...

27 August 2015 - Dutch port PPP tendered

A municipality in the Netherlands has issued a contract notice seeking a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate a port development project. Read more...

25 August 2015 - Adviser sought for German police PPP

The state of Hesse is to tender the energy-efficient renovation of police buildings under a PPP contract and is seeking a technical adviser for the project. Read more...

25 August 2015 - Dutch municipal PPP signed

The Municipality of Westlands in the Netherlands has signed the contract with the private partner for its town hall PPP. Read more...

24 August 2015 - Belgrade issues waste tender

The city of Belgrade is seeking request for qualifications (RFQ) for the treatment and disposal of municipal waste under a PPP contract Read more...

24 August 2015 - Danish waste PPP extended

The deadline for tenders to develop, finance and manage waste and wastewater facilities at a hospital in Denmark has been extended Read more...

21 August 2015 - Dutch lock PPP signed

Contact close reached on Ijmuiden lock; financial close required by end of October Read more...

20 August 2015 - Bam sees “healthy” PPP market

Contractor Bam has published its first-half results, suggesting that its pipeline of active bids “remains healthy”. Read more...

20 August 2015 - EIB considers Slovakia PPP

Authorities in Slovakia have submitted a finance proposal to the European Investment Bank (EIB) for a motorway PPP. Read more...

20 August 2015 - Tender issued for German sports arena

An authority in Bavaria is seeking a private partner to design, finance, build and operate a sports arena over a long-term concession. Read more...

20 August 2015 - Proposals sought for Dutch palace

The Dutch government is seeking ‘creative’ proposals for a large historical building in the province of Utrecht Read more...

19 August 2015 - FCC appoints new CEO

Spanish contractor FCC has appointed a Mexican as its new chief executive to take over from Juan Bejar Read more...

18 August 2015 - Bilfinger Infra deal completed

The transfer of Polish firm Bilfinger Infrastructure into Porr has been completed, with the division taking on a new name. Read more...

18 August 2015 - Austrian state plans PPP pipeline

The Austrian state of Salzburg is seeking advisers to assist in structuring PPP models for various projects in the region. Read more...

18 August 2015 - PPP considered for Dutch road

Rijkswaterstaat is to host a market consultation in September to devise the procurement strategy for a new road project. Read more...

17 August 2015 - K&L Gates makes Polish hire

Polish office of US law firm hires Dentons' head of infrastructure and engineering disputes team Read more...

14 August 2015 - Contractors sought for Cyprus PPP

A concessionaire for a marina PPP in Cyprus is seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) for the construction of the infrastructure. Read more...

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Corbynmania: The final nail in PFI’s coffin?

As the Labour leadership frontrunner’s bandwagon continues to roll, his popularity offers another chance to attack privately financed infrastructure

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In Scotland’s Future he Trusts

He’s the man at the top of the Scottish Futures Trust, but Sir Angus Grossart’s roles, interests and experiences take him to the heart of all Scottish life.

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