- Watford tenders regen JV14 April 2021Watford Borough Council has issued the contract notice for its £200m Town Hall Quarter (THQ) regeneration joint venture.
- Dublin MetroLink application slips14 April 2021The process to develop the Railway Order application for the Dublin MetroLink project has taken longer than anticipated, Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has said.
- Balfour sees strong investments opportunities14 April 2021Student accommodation identified as key market as pandemic hits investments profits; US remains critical focus for growth
- Cimic eyes AU$130bn PPP pipeline14 April 2021Australian developer Cimic has suggested there is a strong pipeline of PPP opportunities across the globe up for grabs in 2021.
- FC for $400m Saudi schools PPP14 April 2021Saudi Arabia’s Tatweer Building Company (TBC) has reached financial close on its 60-school PPP bundle, with debt from four banks.
- Eastern Partnership countries eye green financing14 April 2021The World Bank is looking for consultants to help bolster the use of green financing for transport projects in Eastern Europe.
- ACE head steps down13 April 2021Current chief executive to take up role with consultancy and construction firm
- Newcastle uni seeks campus partner13 April 2021Newcastle University is searching for a private sector partner to help develop a new Campus for Ageing & Vitality.
- New UK contractor targets regen13 April 2021Company formed with Rydon projects; to be led by former Wates Residential MD and will target regeneration and partnerships
- PPPs for Beirut port rebuild13 April 2021The race to rebuild Lebanon’s Beirut Port has started following the tragedy last year, in which an explosion at the site killed 200 people and decimated one of the nation’s most important assets.
- Saudi solar PPP signed12 April 2021Financial close has been achieved on a 300MW solar energy PPP project in Saudi Arabia.
- P3 Awards 20204 March 2021
- Analysis: MPs' report on PFI handback is just the start24 March 2021Some harsh words from the Commons public accounts committee should sting the public sector into action, but there remains a long road ahead
- Is the UK’s effort to simplify procurement heading in the right direction?8 March 2021Partnerships Bulletin takes a look at the government’s procurement green paper
- Analysis: The UK’s state aid plans8 February 2021The UK has begun the process of decoupling itself from the EU’s state aid rules. The changes could be of significant interest to the infrastructure community
- Back with a Bank18 December 2020The UK is preparing an infrastructure bank. Our annual conference debated whether this means the country’s private finance market is back in business
- Partnerships Awards 202018 December 2020Under unprecedented and (hopefully) unique circumstances, the PPP industry didn’t let a pandemic prevent it from coming together and raising a glass to its great and good in December
- Recovery Room18 December 2020The Covid-19 global pandemic has shone the spotlight on health services around the world. Paul Jarvis takes a look at what this means for the future of health infrastructure