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.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Lithuania
SE Lithuanian Airports has announced the Lithuanian Government has created a new strategic committee, tasked with continuing to develop Lithuanian Airports` concession project.
The Lithuanian Police Department has announced that seven candidates had submitted applications to participate in the tender for Police Infrastructure PPP projects in Kaunas and Panevezys.
BaltCap, the largest private equity investor in the Baltic region, has launched BaltCap Infrastructure Fund (BIF) with the planned size of €100 million (US$114 million).
Lithuania's Parliament has approved a new Concessions law which comes into power from 1st January 2018. The legislation, passed together with the adoption of the EU Directive 2014/23/EU, enables a wider and more flexible use of concessions. The new law aims to establish an adequate, balanced and flexible legal framework for the award of concessions that ensures equal and open access to the market to economic operators from across the European Union.
The Lithuanian Police Department, under the Ministry of the Interior, has launched a tender for Police Infrastructure PPP projects in Kaunas and Panevezys.
The Republic of Lithuania has signed a 25 year PPP concession contract to design, build and manage the parking infrastructure at Santariskes medical campus in Vilnius. Latuna, a subsidiary of the Lithuanian parking services and management company Unipark, was selected as the preferred bidder for the €14 million (US$15 million) parking infrastructure project.
Lithuania's Cabinet of Ministers has approved two separate PPP police infrastructure projects in Kaunas and Panevezys. The approval gives a green light to the Police Department under the Ministry of the Interior to commence tendering procedures as soon as the necessary preparations have been completed.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced it is considering to invest in BaltCap Infrastructure Fund.
The government of Lithuania has appointed Invest Lithuania with a new function; to evaluate potential infrastructure projects in terms of their attractiveness to private sector investors.
Vilnius city council (Lithuania) together with the Department of Sports under the Government has extended the deadline for the Vilnius Multifunctional Hub.
Vilnius city council (Lithuania) together with the Department of Sports under the Government has launched a tender to find a concessionaire for the Vilnius Multifunctional Hub.
This autumn, Lithuanian Airports is to hold its first Investor Conference where potential investors and interested parties will be introduced to the concept and structure of the Lithuanian Airports Concession. The event, to be held at Vilnius Airport on 21 st September, will be hosted by the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Lithuanian Airports.
Lithuania’s Parliament has approved a legislation package that will facilitate the concession of the country’s international airports as a PPP project. The new legislation, adopted on June 2, enables the launching of a bundled concession tender for Lithuania’s three international airports.
The Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications have issued a tender for the operation and development of Marvele cargo port PPP in Kaunas, Lithuania. A state-funded development of the inland cargo port’s basic infrastructure was completed last year, and the Ministry is now looking for a concessionaire to take over responsibility for operating and further developing the Marvele cargo port.
An international consortium led by the aviation consultancy firm InterVISTAS has been selected as the preferred bidder for the signing of a contract with the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications and State Enterprise Lithuanian Airports to provide consultation on the structuring and implementing of Lithuanian airport concession procurement.
The Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications has issued a Request for Expression of Interest phase in the tender process for the operation and development of Marvele Inland Cargo Port PPP.
Pilies projektai has closed project financing for the a Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract to implement a major revamping of Vilnius Police Infrastructure in Lithuania.
Following the government and Vilnius Municipality council greenlighting the Vilnius Multifunctional Hub Public Private Partnership (PPP) project implementation, potential investors and interested parties are invited to attend a public consultation.
Lords LB Asset Management has established Lithuania‘s first fund that will specialize in investments in energy and infrastructure projects in Lithuania,Latvia and Estonia. The Baltic Energy and Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) is expected to accumulate €200 million in assets under management within three years.