Capital investment in public services is a key objective.
Over the past 10 years, PUK has been actively involved in a number of PFI and PPP projects in Wales across most sectors, including schools such as the Pembroke Dock and the Conway Schools projects, hospitals, for example Chepstow Community Hospital, prison with HMP Parc, Council Offices in Denbighshire and roads such as the A55.

Partnerships UK has been closely involved with a number of PFI projects, notably the Neath Port Talbot Hospital, the Lloyd George Avenue/Callaghan Square development and the Newport Southern Distributor Road. More recently it has been working on ideas to invest capital in the schools estate, and on a programme for waste projects.

The Welsh Assembly during constructionCapital investment in public services

Although the Assembly has no plans at present to run a further PFI credits round, capital investment in public services remains a key objective, and new initiatives are being established to maximise the delivery of value for money.

PUK has also, under a development partnership agreement, supported the Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust with the spin out of their wound therapy business Zoobiotic Ltd. PUK remains involved as a continuing investor and board member. 


For further information contact (020) 7273 8050 or Howel Jones.

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