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Public private partnerships

The past 20 years has seen the rapid development of a worldwide market for private provision of public infrastructure through partnership arrangements. As governments have faced ever greater capital constraints and increasing pressure to drive value for the taxpayer from their capital spend, they have turned to the private sector to deliver key public infrastructure.

To provide high quality public services to New Zealanders, we need to adopt global best practice by tapping into private sector skills in infrastructure management and delivery. We have a pressing need for infrastructure development and PPP’s can accelerate our progress towards a world class national infrastructure.

How we can help

We have worked with governments and major private sector clients around the world to deliver first class infrastructure projects. We have developed specialist techniques for measuring value and comparing public and private sector delivery of projects. We can help you:

  • Identify value for money for proposed partnership projects
  • Fund and procure partnership projects
  • Manage project analysis and procurement processes
  • Establish and measure project performance KPI’s
  • Conduct feasibility studies and negotiate contracts
  • Develop payment mechanisms and funding structures

More Read the latest research and reports

  • Partnerships for the Future: Redefine public/private cooperation
    The growing complexity of social and economic challenges is driving new, innovative forms of collaboration between governments and businesses.
  • The Global PPP Market 2012: A PPP Bulletin & Partnerships Bulletin survey, in association with Deloitte
    Based on a survey of over 70 international PPP organizations, the inaugural Global PPP Market report reveals where the future of PPP lies.
  • PPPs and the water sector
    The PPP experience in providing water and wastewater infrastructure in many ways replicated the PPP experience in other sectors of social and economic infrastructure.
  • Crossing the Divide: private sector recruits share their views on their new public sector
    This report provides an important reference point on Australia’s public sector today and where it could be in the future.

Talk to one of the team

  • Linda Meade - Partner
    Public sector advisory, Feasibility and business case
  • Teresa Farac
    Tax Partner - Auckland
  • John Tan
    Corporate Finance Partner - Wellington
  • PPP funding options more favourable in current climate
    tvnz.co.nz AMP Business - 18 April 2010

Dig deeper

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    Transport for London
    Public Private Partnership. Under the 30-year PPP contract, three infrastructure companies were responsible for the maintenance and renewal of London Underground's assets - its rolling stock, stations, tracks, tunnels and signals.
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    How To Attain Value for Money: Comparing PPP and Traditional Infrastructure Public Procurement
    Drawing on the results of a questionnaire sent to all OECD and some non-OECD countries, this article considers the various factors that may skew this choice and thereby undermine the pursuit of value for money.
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    Public-private partnerships: Making the right choice for the right reason
    Governments may find public-private partnerships (PPPs) especially tempting in the aftermath of a financial crisis, but how can hasty choices be avoided? Article by Ian Hawkesworth, OECD Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development.
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