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10-03-2015

First PPP at State level

Kategoria: Artykuły | Dotyczy: horyzontalny

March 5, 2015 was signed a PPP contract for the design, construction, finance and 20 years of operation and maintenance of the new house of the District Court in Nowy Sacz City. From the beginning, Ministry of Infrastructure and Development through PPP Platform supported Ministry of Justice and the court in the preparation of this investment.

The Treasury - represented by the Regional Court in Nowy Sacz and company Warbud-Infrastruktura Sp.z o.o are parties to this agreement.

The contract for the construction of the District Court in Nowy Sacz is the first agreement concluded under the Act on Public–Private Partnership of 2008, in which the public side represents the Treasury.

PPP agreement was concluded for 23 years (3 years of investment and 20 years of operation and maintenance). The total value of the contract is PLN 123 million. The agreement stipulates that the private partner bears both the construction and the availability risk, so that investment should remain neutral for the public debt.

From the very beginning, Ministry, due to complexity and pioneering role of this investment, supports the public entity in the stages of the proceedings. Representatives of Ministry are members of the Steering Group (an advisory body to the public entity) and the Tender Committee.

The project aroused great interest among the representatives of the private sector. All companies, that have participated in the competitive dialogue submitted their bids. Over the next six months should be reached financial close, and in 2016 construction of the building is expected to start.

 





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