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17 Feb 2015

NZ schools winner chosen

New Zealand’s Ministry of Education has chosen the preferred bidder for a PPP to build four new schools.   The Ministry has chosen Future Schools Partners as the preferred bidder to design, finance, build and maintain four schools. The contract for the project is expected to last 25 years.  

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17 Feb 2015

Armenia seeks PPP adviser

A prior information notice has been issued by the European Investment Bank (EIB) for a contract to provide technical advisory services to the Armenian government.   To be tendered in March, the objective of the contract is to support the government in implementing water sector reforms through PPP.    The

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17 Feb 2015

FC for Aussie hospitals

Healthscope has reached financial close on the Northern Beaches Hospital project in Sydney.   A debt package for the $1bn project has been signed with a group of Australian and international banks. The design, construction and delivery capital expenditure will be approximately $640m, with a further approximately $200m of costs

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17 Feb 2015

IoW roads PFI seeks ‘additional support’

Isle of Wight Council has appointed a technical adviser to help it “get to grips” with its highways PFI contract.   Councillor Phil Jordan, executive member for public protection and Highways PFI, said that Atkins is being appointed to provide additional support on the project to help tackle “areas of

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16 Feb 2015

Adonis: Labour open to PF2

EXCLUSIVE: A Labour government would look to fund projects using PF2, shadow infrastructure minister Lord Adonis has said.   They confirmed in association with Sweett Group, Lord Adonis said “it is distinctly possible for projects to be funded with PF2” when considering how to finance large schemes across the country.

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16 Feb 2015

Out of the Ashes

1 February 2015 Ireland’s government has put PPPs at the heart of its plans for economic recovery. The latest Financing Irish Infrastructure conference suggests it is a model for success, reports James Kenny. Towards the end of 2014, Ireland’s signs of recovery did enough to label the country as “The

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16 Feb 2015

Growing Pains

A mixture of reduced government funding and an increasing perception of universities as businesses has made them a fertile ground for PPP investment around the world, reports James Kenny   Study the current trends in the PPP market the world over and while transport and roads are often the dominant

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15 Feb 2015

Polish town tenders residential PPP

The town of Pleszew has launched a tender for a mixed use project to be developed as a PPP   The town, based 90km southeast of Poznan, is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance and operate a residential and commercial building.   The site for the building is

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