- PB for Victoria’s North East Link24 June 2021The state of Victoria, Australia, has announced a preferred bidder for its tunnelling works on the North East Link project.
- RFP for €700m Greek broadband24 June 2021The Greek government has invited final tenders from eight bidders on its Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFBB) PPP scheme.
- London Underground 4G concession awarded24 June 2021Transport for London (TfL) has awarded BAI Communications the concession to deliver 4G connectivity across the entire tube network.
- HS2 station go-ahead key to regen23 June 2021Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has given approval for the start of permanent works on HS2’s west London ‘super-hub’ station, Old Oak Common.
- Tanzania to start expanding PPP use23 June 2021The World Bank, on behalf of the government of Tanzania, is looking for consultants to help develop its large scale PPP pipeline.
- Saudi water plant signed23 June 2021Saudi Arabia’s Jubail 3B Independent Water Plant Project has been awarded to the Engie-led consortium, the Ministry for Environment, Water and Agriculture has announced.
- Aberdeen tenders hydrogen hub PPP23 June 2021Aberdeen City Council has released a contract notice for private partners to develop its £215m Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub Strategic Partnership.
- Uzbekistan releases healthcare EOI22 June 2021The Uzbekistan Ministry of Health has released a call for expressions of interest (EOI) for an upcoming healthcare support hotel PPP.
- Bangladeshi PPP suffers delays, cost rises22 June 2021Bangladesh’s Department of Roads and Highway is to seek a time extension and vast increase in spending to get its Dhaka Bypass PPP to completion.
- FC for French broadband PPP22 June 2021Financial close has been reached on a €167m broadband PPP in the French department of Jura.
- GIC adds to UK student uni portfolio22 June 2021Unite Students has sold two of its London student accommodation blocks into its Singapore wealth fund backed joint venture.
- Mission Critical18 June 2021Infrastructure banks are in vogue. But can they solve the challenges facing countries as they look to deal with the green revolution? Paul Jarvis takes a look at why a clear and simple focus is important
- Bringing the Vision into Focus18 June 2021Saudi Arabia has the most ambitious programme of PPPs in the world. Deputy Editor Jonathan Davies asks the industry whether the oasis in the desert is a mirage or a miracle
- A Bridge Too Far?18 June 2021Some of the world’s most remote nations are looking to PPPs to cover their growing infrastructure gaps, but is the private sector the right fit, asks Deputy Editor Jonathan Davies
- Testing Times18 June 2021Nick Prior is leaving Deloitte after 15 years leading its infrastructure advisory business. He tells Paul Jarvis about his time at the firm and why he’s still excited by infrastructure
- Brand New18 June 2021In April, infrastructure and real estate manager HCP rebranded as Vercity. Chief executive Stuart Yeatman talks to Paul Jarvis about the next phase for the company
- Analysis: Climbing out of the Gully4 May 2021New Zealand’s PPP market has suffered the long shadow of the Transmission Gully project’s difficulties. Will the publication of the review pave the way for new deals, or is it too late?