We invest in sustainable greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects, businesses and platforms.
We play a key role in solving complex infrastructure challenges, leveraging our deep expertise, flexible business model and global network of partners.
Our strong track record enables us to bid with the best partners.
Growing and ageing populations will drive significant demographic and social changes, with greater investment anticipated in education, affordable housing and healthcare.
By 2030, one in three people will live in cities of at least 500,000 inhabitants.
Rapid urbanisation is driving expansion of infrastructure, in particular transport and social infrastructure.
Digitisation will continue to disrupt traditional businesses and how we live, work and communicate. This will involve significant investment in fibre networks and broadband capacity.
Decarbonisation targets are driving commitments towards green energy infrastructure. In addition, significant new investment is needed in existing supporting infrastructure, including infrastructure connecting renewable generation to end users.
New infrastructure solutions will also be needed to meet increasing demand for scare resources such as water and food.
Rapidly changing technology and associated changes in consumer demands will require new supporting infrastructure.
Further investment is expected in the electrification of transport.
PPP & Projects
We actively pursue PPP and “PPP-like” greenfield project opportunities in sectors such as waste-to-energy, campus energy, specialised accommodation, water and the decarbonisation of transport. These types of projects have a similar risk-return profile to PPP, with public sector or highly-rated private sector clients.
We invest across the spectrum of development, in construction, and already operational assets, and across a range of sectors, including transportation, energy and utilities, telecommunications and social infrastructure.
Infrastructure has a major role to play in the transition towards net zero. That is why we invest in renewable electricity, low emission transport and create infrastructure that enables clean mobility. We also address the need to reduce our assets’ own greenhouse gas emissions.
The John Laing Charitable Trust is an independent charity established in 1962 to care for the welfare of former and current employees of the John Laing group of companies and to improve the lives of people in need.
Infrastructure is the backbone of society, facilitating access to energy, education and healthcare while increasing productivity and creating jobs. We help communities located near our assets by improving access to essential services, supporting local employment and supporting sustainable livelihoods and land rights.
Resource extraction and processing are responsible for 50 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions and 90 per cent of biodiversity loss. To contain resource consumption, the world needs to strive to reduce it and double recycling in the coming decade.