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24 March 2017 - Irish govt establishes PPP group

The Irish government has established a High-Level Group to consider the further use of PPPs in the delivery of capital infrastructure Read more...

24 March 2017 - Belgian region selects PPP advisers

The Ministry of the German-speaking Community of Belgium (DG) has awarded a contract for PPP advisory services Read more...

23 March 2017 - PPP cost of capital survey launched

World Bank-commissioned research is seeking investors to respond to a major study of the cost of capital in PPP contracts to provide detailed guidance relating to investment appraisals, procurements and/or the design of regulatory policies for PPPs. Read more...

23 March 2017 - Irish PPP policy questioned

The Irish government’s PPP Investment Policy Framework questioned in parliament as broad consensus grows for PPP to deliver capital projects Read more...

22 March 2017 - Norway preps road PPP RFQ

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens Vegvesen) has announced when it is to launch the request for qualifications (RFQ) for the Rv3/Rv25 Ommangsvollen-Grundset/Basthjørnet PPP project. Read more...

22 March 2017 - French civic PPP launched

A French town has published a contract notice for a PPP to create an administrative centre. Read more...

22 March 2017 - Spain's BBVA increases Turkish bank stake

Spanish banking group Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) has increased its stake in a Turkish bank. Read more...

21 March 2017 - Third delay for Czech road PPP

The Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic has further delayed procurement of consultants for a road PPP. Read more...

21 March 2017 - EIB mulls Belgian tram PPP

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is considering a finance package for the Liege tram project in Wallonia Read more...

21 March 2017 - Russia calls for 'stable' PPP mechanism

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has urged the government to simplify its concession model to attract more private investment in infrastructure. Read more...

21 March 2017 - Turner & Townsend expands Irish practice

Turner & Townsend has appointed two new directors to grow the advisory firm’s infrastructure business in Ireland. Read more...

20 March 2017 - 3i launches North American platform

Investor 3i has launched a North American infrastructure business in the US. Read more...

20 March 2017 - JLIF to issue stake as profit rises

John Laing Infrastructure Fund (JLIF) has announced encouraging preliminary results for 2016, as the company prepares to issue a stake. Read more...

16 March 2017 - Italian streetlighting PPP tendered

An Italian province has launched a tender for a streetlighting PPP. Read more...

14 March 2017 - Polish energy PPP signed

A municipality in Poland has awarded a contract for an energy PPP. Read more...

13 March 2017 - Dutch barracks PPP tendered

The Dutch government has finally issued the tender notice for a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain and operate the Michiel Adriaan de Ruyter Barracks in Vlissingen Read more...

13 March 2017 - NTMA mulls student accomm funds

Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) seeks legal advisers to advise on proposed investments into UK-based student accommodation funds Read more...

10 March 2017 - A&O adds Paris partner

Allen & Overy has appointed a new infrastructure partner in its Paris office. Read more...

10 March 2017 - EU backs Albania PPP programme

The European Commission is to procure technical consultants to assist the Albanian government’s PPP programme. Read more...

10 March 2017 - Belgian schools PPP programme progresses

The government of Flanders has issued a call for projects to be submitted to be procured under its new PPP programme. Read more...

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Political intrigue

In the weeks after the Brexit vote, barely a day went by in UK politics without some new major earthquake. In the days following Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Budget, the ground is again feeling rather shaky

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“We Need to Use Broader Funding Options”

Philip Davies, chief executive at Infrastructure Australia, explains to Paul Jarvis the challenges facing the country’s infrastructure

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