Amey facing £200m Birmingham divorce bill

By Dominic Browne | 18 February 2019

Amey may have to pay more than £200m to extricate itself from its troubled 25-year PFI contract with Birmingham City Council after years of legal difficulties, according to national newspaper reports.

It is understood that Amey's parent company, Spanish infrastructure giant Ferrovial, hopes to terminate the deal to expedite its planned sale of Amey.

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