Republic of Ireland: Investing in infrastructure
Few countries have embraced PPP to the extent that Ireland has, with more than 40 major projects currently underway encompassing everything from roads and railways to schools, homes and hospitals. Sonja Price looks at some of the developments
The pace of development of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Ireland in the past year has been rapid by all accounts. There are currently some 40 projects at various stages of procurement, ranging from roads to environmental services, public transport to third level education. Projects in the courts and non-acute health services are also being developed.
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