- UK Net Zero review seeks views30 September 2022The UK’s three-month Net Zero review is seeking feedback from individuals and businesses on how the country can meet its carbon-cutting obligations.
- UK rail industry urges ‘revived partnership’30 September 2022The UK rail sector has called on the government to harness the private sector to deliver its growth agenda.
- Orrick adds Jones Day partner30 September 2022Law firm Orrick has hired a former Jones Day partner to bolster its renewables expertise in Singapore.
- Mott Mac unveils asset resilience tool29 September 2022Engineering and advisory firm Mott MacDonald has partnered with the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI) to develop a new guide to assess the resilience of infrastructure assets.
- UKIB launches advisory pilots29 September 2022Projects including Bristol’s City Leap partnership will be among the first to work with the UK Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) on its local authority advisory function.
- Armitt: Decision time for UK on green infra29 September 2022Sir John Armitt, chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, has called on the UK government to make difficult choices on energy investment “sooner rather than later”.
- Advisors chosen for Auckland Light Rail28 September 2022Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency, together with Auckland Transport and Auckland Council, have chosen the technical advisors to support the city’s light rail project.
- Senegal chooses partner for first desal PPP28 September 2022The National Water Company of Senegal (SONES) has signed a memorandum of understanding with a private partner for the delivery of a desalination plant under a PPP model.
- Labour plans 'British EDF'27 September 2022Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has unveiled plans for a publicly owned energy company to act in the private sector, as he seeks to reclaim the centre ground of British politics
- Ireland adds €800m to NDP27 September 2022The Irish government has unveiled its Budget 2023, with an increase in investment for infrastructure projects through its National Development Plan (NDP).
- Rotherham adjusts regen partnership27 September 2022Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is to amend its agreement with its development partner to deliver an existing regeneration scheme.
- Workshopping expiry29 June 2022At the UK Partnerships Hub, Knight Frank’s Nigel Badham oversaw a workshop to tease out some of the main issues facing the industry as PFI contracts head towards expiry. Here, we summarise some of the findings.
- Turning the theoretical into the practical23 June 2022Addleshaw Goddard’s Stephanie Townley hosts a wide ranging discussion on expiry as the public and private sectors grapple with challenges and seize the opportunities it creates. Jonathan Davies reports from the roundtable event
- Net Zero at UK Partnerships Hub22 June 2022New innovations and new ways of financing projects will be key to meeting the government’s ambitious plans, but concerns remain over how that will be achieved
- Delivering the agenda21 June 2022The UK’s infrastructure industry has been put at the centre of the government’s biggest missions, but is it possible to hit the targets? Jonathan Davies reports on an A-list panel discussion at the UK Partnerships Hub
- Net Zero at a local level23 June 2022The scale of the challenge and the art of the possible in the built environment. Some reflections from the UK Partnerships Hub boardroom sponsored by Robertson
- Analysis: Don’t expect an Australian revolution21 June 2022A new leader at the helm is unlikely to result in a major shake-up of the Australian PPP market, writes Jonathan Davies