The term public-private partnerships is usually used for private investment in public projects and/or public co-financing of private projects in the public interest.
As a form of strategic partnership between public and private sector institutions, public-private partnerships can successfully contribute to reducing public expenditure on public services and to maintaining the achieved level of public services, provided that the content of the cooperation, the risk and other contractual relations between the public and private partners are properly defined and the public interest is verified.
A fundamental feature of PPPs is the sharing of risks associated with the investment. The process of choosing the contractor or private partner depends on the selected model.
The municipality, as the public partner, invests in the partnership primarily the fixed assets (buildings with associated land or land) and the cost of preparing the documentation for the selection of the private partner. The private partner realises the investment.
Duration of the public-private partnership:
- Energy contracts up to 15 years.
- Tourism projects from 20 to 25 years.
- Investments in buildings (kindergartens, schools) from 20 to 25 years.
When the PPP expires, the ownership of the entire investment is transferred to the municipality.
- Review of the promoter's application.Review of the promoter's application.
- Preparation of investment documentation (DIIP, PIZ, IP).
- Preparation of a PPP viability assessment document.
- Legal advice (in collaboration with an external consultant).
- Drafting and coordination of the agreement on the implementation modalities and co-financing of the operation between all stakeholders or (co-)owners of buildings included in the operation.
- Preparation and coordination of draft documents: public-private partnership decision in accordance with Article 11 of ZJZP, and instrument establishing public-private partnership in accordance with Article 36 of ZJZP or joint instrument in accordance with Article 40 of ZJZP.
- Preparation and coordination of draft documentation and legal advice in the process of carrying out a public tender for a public-private partnership in accordance with Chapter 3 of Section III of ZJZP, using the competitive dialogue procedure.
- Carrying out qualification verification.
- Carrying out phase (1) of the competitive dialogue.
- Carrying out the final tender phase.
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