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Alfred McAlpine to sell PFI concessions

05 November 2007

The Board of Alfred McAlpine is to sell its equity and subordinated loan stock interests in six PFI concessions operating within the roads, schools and healthcare sectors to Infrastructure Investors Limited Partnership for £52.2m cash (of which £4.9m is conditional).

The sale of the PFI portfolio to Investor Limited Partnership (I2) is expected to complete within 90 days and is subject to conditions including the formal consent of clients, funders and continuing shareholders. In the year ended 31 December 2006, these investments contributed £2.6m to group PBT. The book value of the investments agreed to be sold to I2 is £26.1m, and, for the year ending 31 December 2007 will result in a profit on disposal of up to £24.9m, after transaction costs.

The Alfred McAlpine PFI investments included within the sale include: A1(M) Alconbury to Peterborough, A417/419 Swindon to Gloucester , East Leake Schools, Addenbrookes Elective Care Centre, A1 Darrington to Dishforth and ‘3’ Shires Batched Mental Health.

Alfred McAlpine PLC

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