Turkey's Bursa Hospital PPP Project has secured financing for its development.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Europe
The Lithuanian Police Department has named the five candidates that complied with qualification requirements and were shortlisted to further participate in the tender for Police Infrastructure PPP projects in Kaunas and Panevezys.
OHL Group and IFM Investors have signed an agreement for the acquisition of 100% of the share capital in OHL Concesiones by IFM Investors.
The Walloon Government has received initial bids for the Liège Tramway public private partnership (PPP) project in Belgium.
Kier and Equitix have been confirmed to undertake the Leicester University’s student accommodation redevelopment project.
The government of the Cayman Islands has awarded the contract for a waste P3.
DCT Gdansk has announced a new expansion programme worth PLN280 million (US$77 million) on the occasion of its 10th anniversary and the visit of Deputy Prime Minister Mr Morawiecki,
Wood Group has announce that it has completed the acquisition of Amec Foster Wheeler.
M&G Investments, an international asset manager, has announced the launch of a global equity infrastructure fund which aims to provide investors with both a growing income stream and long-term capital appreciation.
The French Government has stopped the construction works for the western Strasbourg bypass due to environmental issues.
SE Lithuanian Airports has announced the Lithuanian Government has created a new strategic committee, tasked with continuing to develop Lithuanian Airports` concession project.
The Greek State, through the Minister of Finance, Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) and Athens International Airport (AIA) have signed the 20-year extension of the Athens international airport concession agreement.
Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) has announced it has terminated its PFI contract with the Viridor Laing consortium.
Planning approval has been given for plans to deliver new student facilities at the University of Brighton as well as new housing, retail and business premises.
The city of Belgrade and representatives of Suez and Itochu entered into the largest Public-Private Partnership (PPP) ever signed in Serbia for the remediation of the Belgrade municipal waste landfill and the financing, construction and long-term operation of modern waste management facilities for the Serbian capital.
Siemens and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine Siemens’ mobility business including its rail traction drives business with Alstom.
Teesside University has launched a £300 million (US$400 million) masterplan for its campus.
Arcadis has won a two year contract with Highways England to develop proposals for the A66 Northern Trans-Pennine scheme.
Squire Patton Boggs has announced the appointment of infrastructure project finance specialist Nick Helm, who has joined the firm's Real Estate Practice as a partner from DLA Piper.
Schroders has launched its first UK-dedicated infrastructure debt fund, with a focus on UK pension funds and insurance companies.