After a slower start than some of its Gulf peers, Oman is set to ramp up its PPP pipeline in the coming years to support its ambitious Vision 2040 plan.
ANALYSIS: No surprises, but Hunt’s plans raise hope for private finance
With major projects given the go-ahead and plans outlined for energy investment, Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement has provided more optimism for the UK infrastructure sector
A new dawn for Gulf PPPs: a letter from our dedicated Middle East reporter
The Gulf region is shaping up to be a global hotspot for PPPs.
Evo Infra: Refocusing on new sectors
The team behind Evolution Infrastructure (formerly DWPF) plan to stay true to their new name by targeting expansion through growth, not revolutionary change
Turning the UK into a digital force: PPPs will need to evolve to meet the needs of an increasingly connected population
Competition and clarity are key to private players pushing up the pace - and a PPP model could have an important role to play
Is Greece Europe’s new PPP centre of gravity?
This month the Government of Greece is holding a roadshow event as it looks to kickstart a 50-project PPP pipeline. But how will it attract investors that have so far kept their distance?
PPPs to drive Saudi Arabia’s transformation
Why Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is providing the fuel for an economic revolution with PPPs at its heart
Analysis: UK continues PPP push
Partnerships Bulletin figures show UK market continues to progress PPP projects despite political turmoil
Boom time for UAE
Alicia Buller takes a look at the prospects for growth in the UAE’s PPP market, and finds that while the opportunities are huge, some challenges remain for international investors
Mental health and the public sector
Partnerships Bulletin’s Freedom of Information requests unearthed a potential timebomb for under-resourced public authorities