Rountable: Public progress
Private Finance Initiatives arrived with the New Labour Government in the mid-1990s. But since the early fanfare, the industry, and notably major contractor Jarvis, have undergone major upheaval. Sophie Evans reports on the latest Legal Week roundtable debate
Is innovation a word associated with private finance initiatives (PFIs)? The concept may have arrived in the UK in a blaze of publicity and expectations in the mid-1990s, but the future form that PFI will take is now under debate.
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