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- 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.
- 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
- 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
- You’ll pay for this6 June 2022As PFI contract management issues continue to emerge, payment mechanisms will evolve in future PPPs, but someone will have to pay. Paul Jarvis reports on the problems driving change as contracts get closer to handback
- The drive to Net Zero: Whose hands are on the wheel?9 May 2022Lisa Best looks at the huge and crucial role of private investment alongside public money in funding the transition of infrastructure to Net Zero and takes stock of developments and difficulties
- AA Projects eyes growth opportunities26 April 2022Exclusive: AA Projects director James Ryan says the firm’s recent deal with Drees & Sommer opens up opportunities in new markets, with North America firmly on the agenda
- Later Shift25 April 2022Paula Broadbent has been at the helm of Lovell Later Living for a year. She tells Paul Jarvis how the model for older people’s housing is changing, and why partnerships are key to this evolution
- Not So Direct28 March 2022Direct Procurement for Customers (DPC) may be flavour of the month in the UK water sector, but there is still a long road to travel. Paul Jarvis reports
- Handback Guidance: First Steps4 March 2022The Infrastructure & Projects Authority’s latest PFI expiry guidance is considered a good start by the industry. But experts say the agency can and should do more
- Breaking point10 February 2022UK PFI deals are seeing increasingly aggressive contract management by the public sector. Is this the only way to get private sector engagement, or is it driving short-term deductions at the cost of long-term value?
- Safe as Houses?8 February 2022Local authority-led regeneration is popular in the UK at present. But should the examples of some councils serve as a warning to the whole market, asks Paul Jarvis
- Analysis: On the Level3 February 2022The UK government’s White Paper on Levelling Up has some wide-ranging promises. But can it provide new projects on the ground and where can partnerships fit in, asks Paul Jarvis
- The Handback Report 202227 January 2022This is the definitive guide to all things related to the expiry and handback of PFI/PPP contracts.
- Analysis: Show me the Green29 November 2021Chancellor Rishi Sunak wants the UK to become a green finance centre. What will that mean for infrastructure investment?
- Analysis: Any Takers?29 November 2021The UK is talking up its investment opportunities as part of its transition to a green economy. But it may struggle to drum up contractor interest, warns Paul Jarvis