FINANCING WELSH INFRASTRUCTURE

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Financing Welsh Infrastructure will give attendees all the information they need to start to play a part in the ambitious infrastructure programme in Wales.

Including a keynote by Welsh Finance Minister Jane Hutt, the conference has been timed to follow her recent announcement that new education, transport and health projects will follow the NPD model favoured in Scotland. Speakers will discuss what this means for the market, what sectors will benefit and what the government is looking for in its private sector partners. 

Through a series of panels, presentations and discussions, the conference will bring together public procurers with sponsors, financiers and advisers to debate the next exciting steps for financing Welsh infrastructure.

Event News

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Gwynt y Mor offshore transmission owner (OFTO) contract off the coast of north Wales…Read More

The £1bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project in south Wales has confirmed its second institutional equity investor, meaning it now has the full equity required to proceed…Read More

The Westminster government is calling on interested parties to offer their views on the approach that should be taken if it enters into a contract for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project.…Read More

Plans to build a major new motor racing circuit in Ebbw Vale through a PPP are facing delays after it was confirmed the scheme will go to a public inquiry.…Read More

A tender has been issued for technical advisers to support the delivery of the Velindre Cancer Centre, which is expected to be procured through a non-profit distributing (NPD) model.…Read More

The government is driving forward the Wales bill in Parliament, which will give the principality greater powers over tax and borrowing, potentially increasing the country’s infrastructure investment opportunities.…Read More

Second round of schools programme to use Scottish investment model; hospital also likely to go down same route…Read More

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