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- NEDs: An answer to handback hassle?2 July 2021As more PFI projects head towards handback, project companies will need experts to tackle emerging tensions. Could non-executive directors (NEDs) be the answer?
- Analysis: What does a new UK infrastructure bank mean?21 June 2021The new bank has opened its doors after a relatively short set-up period. Can it do what Chancellor Rishi Sunak and others hope, or is it just another empty initiative?
- Profile: The Pace of Change19 April 2021James Stewart has been at the heart of the UK and global infrastructure market for over three decades. As he steps back and looks for new challenges, Paul Jarvis catches up with him to get his views on how things have changed – and what comes next
- Is PPP Dead in the UK?19 April 2021There appears little appetite from government to introduce a bold pipeline of partnership projects in the UK. So why is the industry so busy?
- Analysis: MPs' report on PFI handback is just the start24 March 2021Some harsh words from the Commons public accounts committee should sting the public sector into action, but there remains a long road ahead
- Is the UK’s effort to simplify procurement heading in the right direction?8 March 2021Partnerships Bulletin takes a look at the government’s procurement green paper
- Analysis: The UK’s state aid plans8 February 2021The UK has begun the process of decoupling itself from the EU’s state aid rules. The changes could be of significant interest to the infrastructure community
- Back with a Bank18 December 2020The UK is preparing an infrastructure bank. Our annual conference debated whether this means the country’s private finance market is back in business
- Analysis: The Balancing Act18 December 2020Getting value for money in projects is important, but as many come to the end of their lives, keeping the private sector engaged is critical too
- Analysis: Banking on Success4 December 2020Over the past decade, we have seen all manner of concepts launched to replace PFI. The National Infrastructure Bank must offer a real way forward
- Analysis: A Scottish Revolution2 November 2020The country’s latest Infrastructure Investment Plan has huge ambitions for the environment, but where will private finance fit in?
- Interview: On the right path13 October 2020Sara Humber is the programme director for the Welsh government’s MIM 21st Century Schools and Colleges initiative, deployed there by Local Partnerships. She discusses the scheme’s progress with Paul Jarvis
- UK rail: If franchising doesn’t work, what does?28 September 2020The UK government has brought the curtain down on two decades of franchising, but with little sight on what comes next
- Rock and rolling10 August 2020Rock Rail chief executive officer Mark Swindell talks to Partnerships Bulletin about adventures in Europe, Australia and Cornwall.
- Handback to the future8 June 2020Partnerships Bulletin’s David Keniry talks to industry leaders on the need to gear up resources for expiring contracts as the impact of seminal reports on managing assets is assessed.
- Evolution or revolution?19 December 2019Can PPPs become more flexible beasts and how can we instil a culture of change? These were some of the ‘Big Questions’ we asked at a recent roundtable with DLA Piper and Affinitext
- Joining the dots22 November 2019Asif Ghafoor tells David Keniry how Amey plans to join up technology, people and policy as big changes come to the infrastructure and mobility markets.