Public-Private Partnership Michał Kania

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Public Private Definition sectors Partnershipmodels of PPPMicha Kania Public Private Partnership.
DefinitionDefinition from Polish Act of 19December 2008 on public privatepartnership The public private partnership consists.
in joint implementation of the projectbased on a division of tasks and risksbetween the public entity and theprivate partnerProf Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 2.
Public PrivatePartnershipDefinitionProject which can be carried out on the basis of the public private partnership construction is defined as .
i the construction or renovation of a building ii the provision of services iii the performance of a task in particular equipping an asset devices increasing its value or utility iv or another service.
combined with maintenance or management of the asset thatis used for implementation of the public private partnershipproject or related to it Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 3 Public Private.
PartnershipDefinition Public private partnership is the form ofperforming public tasks by public administrationwith the support of private sector.
Public private partnership should be construedin a wide sense as every kind of cooperationbetween the public and the private sector whoseaims are to serve the common good understoodin a broad way or as a partnership cooperation to.
carry out relatively large projects which aim is toprovide public servicesProf Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 4 Public PrivatePartnership.
Definition Pursuant to European Union law public private partnership can be describedas a long term contractually regulatedcooperation between public authorities.
and the private sector to carry outpublic assignments in which therequisite resources are placed underjoint management and project risks areapportioned appropriately on the basis.
of the risk management skills of theproject partners Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 5 Public PrivatePartnership.
The characteristic features of PPP are long lasting cooperation between partners the financial risk is usually taken by privatepartners the public law responsibility lies witha public institution This responsibility regards.
the appropriate performance of anundertaking the special role of a public institution ischaracteristic of the public privatepartnership This role consists in coordination.
and supervision during the whole period ofcooperationProf Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 6 Public PrivatePartnership.
Aims of PPP are to fulfil a wide range of public interest tasksthrough cooperation between public and private entities The purpose of PPP contracts is to enable public authorities tobenefit from the design construction and management skillsof private enterprises and if necessary from their financial.
Current challenges for public sector are connected withcombat of pandemic as coronavirus implementation of the4th Industrial Revolution 5G creation of Smart Cities managing of geostrategic challenges promotion of eco Innovation.
Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 7 Public PrivatePartnershipPPP can be used in different sectors including Transportation .
Energy Social Infrastructure Parking Toll bridge Road Water Sewer .
Airports Ports Student Housing Convention Centers StadiumsProf Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 8.
Public PrivatePartnershipBuild Operate Transfer Build Operate Transfer is considered to be the basic public privatepartnership model .
As a rule this model seems to be the best for the majority of projectsconnected with satisfying the collective needs of people Other partnership models are as it were the variants of the basic In this model a contract a number of contracts is are concluded andunder it them the private partner undertakes to finance an.
infrastructure project It is mainly the private partner who is responsiblefor the financing of the project After the private partner has done the work he transfers the ownershipof the project to the public partner Then the public partner who is theowner of the infrastructure makes it available under a civil law.
contract to the private partner who operates it until he recovers hiscosts and reaches the target profit Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 9 Public PrivatePartnership.
Operate Maintainance Operate Maintenance in this public privatepartnership model the public partner concludes acontract with the private partner under which theprivate partner is responsible for the maintenance and.
day to day operation of specified components ofpublic infrastructure The infrastructure is owned by the public partner andthe private partner operates it It is also importantthat the private partner covers the costs of.
maintenance of the infrastructure At the same time the private partner receivesremuneration in the form of either direct paymentsfrom beneficiaries or transfers from the public budget Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 10.
Public PrivatePartnershipWarp Around Addition Warp Around Addition this cooperation model offers apossibility to improve the existing technical infrastructure.
owned by the public partner This model includes an option to enter into a contract underwhich the private partner will finance and carry out thespecified work or provide specified services aiming at theimprovement of the existing infrastructure .
The private partner will be obliged to operate theimprovements and at the same time will be entitled to reapprofits from his operations After the termination of the contract the improvementsbecome the property of the infrastructure owner The.
advantage of this model is that it increases the quality ofservices connected with the infrastructure Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 11 Public PrivatePartnership.
Build Own Operate Transfer Build Own Operate Transfer in this partnership model theprivate partner is granted a permit required by law to finance carry out and then operate specified projects The private partner reaps profits from customer fees while.
operating the infrastructure he has built After the end of theperiod which should be so long as to guarantee a profit forthe private partner the infrastructure is transferred to thepublic partner The advantages of this cooperation model are as follows the.
resources involved are used in the most effective and efficientway and unnecessary expenses increasing public debt are not Moreover after the termination of the contract theinfrastructure provides the public partner with a large income The economic risk connected with planning and execution is.
borne as a rule by the private partner Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 12 Public PrivatePartnershipLease Purchase.
Lease Purchase in this partnership model the privatepartner designs finances and carries out the project and thenmakes it available to the public partner for instance by leasingit to him The project is carried out under strict supervision of the.
public partner and according to his guidelines The advantage is that it is possible for the public partner toquickly gain access to the required infrastructure which hecould not afford under normal circumstances Therefore this solution may be adopted when the purchase.
of fixed assets exceeds the current financial capabilities of thepublic partner The project guarantees quick access to new technologies Therisk connected with the day to day maintenance of theequipment used is borne by the private partner .
Prof Michal Kania Silesian University in Katowice 13Public-Private Partnership Definition. Pursuant to European Union law, public – private partnership can be described as a long-term, contractually regulated cooperation between public authorities and the private sector to carry out public assignments, in which the requisite resources are placed under joint management and project risks are apportioned appropriately on the basis of the risk ...

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