Ministry of Development (MoD) is in charge of Turkey’s PPP Unit. However, existing procurement, competition and efficiency in the PPP-specific legislative framework lacks a consistent approach to PPPs. Although the legal and regulatory framework allows several types of PPPs, the range of permitted models is limited and does not allow schemes such as Design, Build, Finance and Maintain/Operate. Since a draft PPP law seeking to address some of these shortcomings has not yet been enacted, some ministries have taken their own steps toward implementing PPPs. For example, a new piece of legislation has been enacted recently covering the Ministry of Health’s PPP agenda. Generally speaking, Turkey’s PPP legislations require a coordinated approach to PPPs across sectors and flexibility in the types of PPPs allowable.In 2015, numerous PPP projects – many of which were green-field projects – were implemented in the energy, transport, and water and sewerage sectors in Turkey. Most projects are delivered by national authorities due to a lack of capacity at the sub-national level as well as a lack of clear legislative power for municipalities to plan projects.
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