Greece’s public infrastructure agency Ktiriakes Ypodomes has received strong early interest in its police station PPP bundle.
Nikos Sergis, head of the country’s PPP unit, said that six bidders declared interest in the project, although did not reveal the names.
Under the plans, private partners will design, build, finance, operate and maintain five police stations in Archaia, Karditsa, Imathia, Lefkada and Evros.
The 30-year concession is valued at €56m.
The project is one of many new PPP projects coming out of Greece as it looks to tap international finance and expertise to ramp up infrastructure investment. To read more about its burgeoning pipeline, click here.