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The end of the affairAfter more than a decade covering the world of infrastructure investment, it is time to head to pastures new
- Enough is enough1 April 2019I have done my best to avoid discussing the B word for as long as possible, but as things continue to drag on, the damage being done by Brexit can no longer be ignored
- The Regeneration Game25 March 2019Ever since the ‘death of PFI’, the opportunities for more bespoke, local developments have been growing. This sector clearly has the potential to flourish as a market in the UK, as some recent progress has shown.
- Ill Winds18 March 2019Interserve’s woes may not have had the impact of Carillion, but have nonetheless provided fuel for the anti-outsourcing lobby
- Disruptive shifts12 March 2019Technological advancement is changing how governments view the needs of citizens, and how they view the role of PPP
- Getting Stronger?4 March 2019The UK government's new Stronger Towns Fund will need to work in partnership with a wide range of organisations if it is to avoid throwing good money after bad
- Play Time25 February 2019The launch of the UK government's outsourcing 'Playbook' may signal an important shift in thinking when it comes to risk
- In search of the Brits18 February 2019As Brexit looms, should the market be concerned about the lack of interest from British contractors in being PPP bid leaders?
- Transported to the future11 February 2019Whether it’s experts getting excited about autonomous vehicles or governments looking for ideas to revolutionise roads, there’s a lot of talk about transport systems at present
- Not banking on it4 February 2019A report has called on the UK government to create a national infrastructure bank to replace the European Investment Bank’s involvement. But political support seems thin on the ground
- New South Fails?28 January 2019The case for using PPPs is often predicated on them being ‘on time and on budget’. So it is perhaps little surprise that a committee in New South Wales is questioning its use on Sydney’s delayed light rail project. But are there some broader lessons?
- Fixing the relationship21 January 2019The UK infrastructure industry is in listening mode as it awaits the government’s review of infrastructure finance. Our event with Amey last week suggests a conversation can begin
- Heating up14 January 2019France has been making major in-roads into developing new community heating facilities using PPP. The UK could probably learn a few lessons from its friends across La Manche
- New Year optimism7 January 2019It may be tough returning to work after the festive period, but there are some reasons for the PPP industry to be cheerful as we enter 2019. Just don’t mention the ‘B’ word
- On the brink17 December 2018As Christmas approaches, there is little festive cheer in the UK’s infrastructure market, even if Balfour Beatty has offered a glimmer of hope
- Listening time10 December 2018Our recent roundtable considering the year ahead for the UK’s PPP industry highlighted the need for good public-private dialogue, as well as raising questions about the strength of the contracting market
- All that glitters…3 December 2018Last week, the UK’s Infrastructure & Projects Authority published a pipeline of £600bn-worth of projects for the next decade. But a little light analysis suggests all is not as it seems.
- Lyon Centre Ouest heating network16 October 2019
- Royal Holloway and Bedford New College student housing 16 October 2019
- SR 400 Express Lanes Project15 October 2019