- Ireland targets affordable housing23 October 2020The Irish government is planning to make it a statutory requirement to deliver affordable housing on state-owned land that is being redeveloped.
- UK Spending Review slimmed down22 October 2020Chancellor to provide one-year review, not full three-year version; focus will be on three areas, including infra; due to conclude late November
- Major desalination acquisition23 October 202058 desalination plants bought in debut JV deal
- India to woo global institutional investors23 October 2020Modi to hold meeting with institutional capital sources; 15 major fund houses to be tapped for funds
- German schools PPP awarded23 October 2020Domestic firm wins Saxony sports and education project
- Belgium tenders schools PPP23 October 2020Belgium has launched a contract notice for a private partner to deliver three new schools under a €44m contract.
- US invests $1bn in Three Seas22 October 2020"The more each country invests, the more we invest," says US Economic Undersecretary.
- UK housing JV gets refresh22 October 2020Council injects further funding into east London project.
- Ukraine preparing large scale PPPs21 October 2020Raft of port projects on the way; potential airport and road PPPs
- Norton Rose Fulbright bolsters Turkey offering21 October 2020PPP and project finance expert joints Istanbul team
- Germany’s A49 PPP comes under fire21 October 2020Green party looks to derail expansion projects
- Analysis: New Zealand’s uncertain PPP future23 October 2020Labour’s historic victory may have brought an unusual sense of certainty to New Zealand’s politics, but it has left an air of uncertainty over the PPP model
- Interview: On the right path13 October 2020Sara Humber is the programme director for the Welsh government’s MIM 21st Century Schools and Colleges initiative, deployed there by Local Partnerships. She discusses the scheme’s progress with Paul Jarvis
- UK rail: If franchising doesn’t work, what does?28 September 2020The UK government has brought the curtain down on two decades of franchising, but with little sight on what comes next
- Expiry is not the end6 August 2020Partnerships Bulletin’s David Keniry explores what success in the expiry and handback process could mean for the future of PPP.
- The Retro Future3 August 2020The UK’s energy efficiency efforts for existing infrastructure have been described as a “drop in the ocean”. Jonathan Davies asks whether the private sector can help to go back to the future with retrofitting.
- The Treble Alliance3 July 2020Just as PPP is establishing itself as a go-to form of infrastructure financing across the globe, another model has joined the party. Dan Colombini reports on how the alliancing model is becoming another string to the industry’s bow