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- 19 September 2019A Story About One of History’s First P3 Projects: Chastellet Castle and the Siege of Jacob’s Ford (1179 AD)Robert Alfert, Jr, partner at US law firm Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel.
- 5G Infrastructure – Planning for the revolution?6 September 2019Mark Richards (Partner) and Sheridan Treger (Senior Associate), Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner.
- Highways PFI: the end of the road for Amey and Birmingham City Council17 July 2019Louise Robling, Partner, Bevan Brittan
- Finance Watch26 June 2019Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- Finance Watch15 March 2019Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- New Year, New Future Cities18 January 2019Kerrigan Procter, CEO, Legal & General Capital
- Poland’s Amended PPP Law Takes Effect21 September 2018Peter Swiecicki and Igor Hanas, Squire Patton Boggs
- Finance Watch17 September 2018Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- Finance Watch2 July 2018Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- Finance Watch8 January 2018A rise in global interest rates hasn't surprised many but what does this mean for infrastructure, says Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- Power Play1 December 2017The drive for energy deals in Africa is widely recognised, says Peech Oggero, power & energy associate director (Europe, Middle East, India & Africa), Aecom
- Passing the Quality Test1 December 2017Lee Durnford and Patrick Clarke-Fortune, of Mott MacDonald, clear up confusion on PPP compliance
- All Change, Please1 December 2017What the new government in New Zealand means for infra, by Stephen Selwood, chief executive, Infrastructure New Zealand
- Finance Watch1 December 2017The recent UK Budget had a reasonable outcome for infrastructure, says Ian MacFarlane, director, JCRA
- Uncharted Opportunities1 December 2017Christopher Healy, Counsel, Hogan Lovells on why Australia and Africa are becoming PPP bedfellows
- Energy Capital1 December 2017Mark Williams, property and infrastructure expert, PA Consulting takes a look at London's RE:FIT programme
- Looking for Answers1 November 2017PF2 is crying out for a re-brand, says Liz Jenkins, partner, Clyde & Co