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In each instance, however, the questions are just as interesting as the promise. A new Royal Children’s Hospital in 2011 replaced the existing major facility on an adjacent site. It is to treat an additional 35,000 patients annually. However, in key areas such as oncology apparently this is to be achieved without additional beds and despite a projected major growth in Victoria’s population (The Age, 27 December 2007). 8 billion, though delivered ahead of schedule; it is a toll road and will return substantial profits to the financing consortium for about three and a half decades (The Age, 10 December 2007).

Despite a great variety of delivery models, there are several common objectives and features of PPP policies across Australia. These include: fostering private sector confidence in the PPP process (including clarity and probity), to encourage competitive bids; value for money determined by the method of selecting the project delivery (by comparing private sector bids with a Public Sector Comparator); inclusion of whole-of-life costing; encouraging innovation; achieving optimal risk allocation to the party best able to manage the risk at least cost (as opposed to maximal risk transfer); emphasis on payment for useful asset-based services; efficient asset utilisation; safeguarding the public interest; and maintaining transparency and accountability in the use of government resources (balanced with protecting private sector commercial confidentiality requirements).

Former Victorian Premier, John Cain, has commented that his pioneering Freedom of Information legislation (1982) never envisaged exemptions of “commercial-in-confidence” information under public contracts; had he foreseen the trend, he would have produced legislation of a much more robust kind; perversely, commercial confidentiality is being used to stifle competition (The Australian, 27 May 2008). In particular, assumptions about the manifest benefits of PPPs across a number of fronts such as transparency, accountability and general public access need careful scrutiny.

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