Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company has issued a Request for Expressions of Interest for the regeneration of Carlisle Pier, Dún Laoghaire, about 12km south of Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Ireland
Ireland’s National Development Finance Agency (NDFA), on behalf of the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, has shortlisted three teams for the first social housing bundle PPP.
Dublin City Council has launched a tender process for the delivery of an integrated mixed tenure residential development at O'Devaney Gardens.
The Irish Infrastructure Fund (IIF), managed by Irish Life Investment Managers and AMP Capital, has entered into an agreement to acquire a 78 per cent stake in Ireland’s largest wholesale-only carrier, enet.
Ireland’s National Development Finance Agency (NDFA), on behalf of the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, has received pre-qualifications from five consortia for the first social housing PPP bundle.
Dublin City Council (DCC) has issued a prior information notice (PIN) for a housing initiative.
Ireland's Ministry of State for Public Procurement has announced the signing of the Concessions Directive (2014/23/EU) into Irish law – SI 203 of 2017. This follows extensive engagement by Ministry with the European Commission and national stakeholders.
The Irish National Treasury Management Agency (NDFA) for and on behalf of the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government and Dublin City Council, has issued a contract notice for the first Social Housing PPP bundle.
The Irish National Treasury Management Agency (NDFA) for and on behalf of the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government and Dublin City Council, has issued a Prior Information Notice (PIN) with the intention to procure, by Public Private Partnership (PPP), the design, build, finance, operation and maintenance of a number of social housing developments in Ireland.
The Irish Infrastructure Fund (IIF), managed by Irish Life Investment Managers and AMP Capital, has established Valley Healthcare, a new investment vehicle that will invest in primary care centres in Ireland.
Ireland-France Subsea Cable Limited has announced a partnership with Tiger Infrastructure Partners to finance and construct IFC-1, a submarine fiber-optic cable system that will be the first and only direct subsea cable between Ireland and France.
The Irish government has approved a social housing scheme in Dublin, developed on a sustainable basis under Rebuilding Ireland with a blend of social, affordable and private homes
G4S Facilities Management, a FM business which is part of the £1.3 billion (US$1.6 billion) G4S UK & Ireland Region, has appointed Phillip Thorne as PFI Director responsible for a number of its Private Finance Initiative FM concessions.
The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) seeks expressions of interest to finance, build, operate and transfer (FBOT) a terminal-linked hotel.
The Irish National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has announced it has selected Cyril Sweett as advisor for Irish social housing PPP programme.
BAM Ireland (formerly Ascon Contractors), a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands, has announced that a High Court decision not to review the tender process for the Dublin Institute of Technology campus at Grangegorman "must raise concerns" for the construction sector.
The Government of Ireland has announced that it seeks advisors for Social Housing PPP Bundle 2.
The Government of Ireland has launched the tender process to seeks consultants for highways in relation to its tunnel operations and maintenance activities, its motorway traffic control centre operation and management activities and its motorway service areas programme.
The Inspired Spaces Bundle 5 (Ireland) consortium, which comprises DIF Infrastructure IV and Carillion Private Finance, both 50% shareholders in the consortium, has reached financial close on the Irish Schools Bundle 5 PPP project. The project was procured by the Department of Education and Skills, with Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency acting as its agent.
The Irish Government has announced the approval of site locations for over 450 new social housing units which are to be delivered through a public private partnership (PPP) programme. The social housing with a capital value of approximately €100 million (US$109 million) is being developed at eight sites in co-operation with the local authorities in each area.