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Almost a decade after it launched a fund to invest in infrastructure, 3i is branching out. With growing global competition for Britain’s airports, railways and water firm pushing up the price of such trophy assets, it has instead turned to new frontiers offering less regulation and faster growth.
Private equity firms across the board have had to become more inventive in their search for steady infrastructure income. When the wind farms have already been bought, they are now acquiring the boat companies used to maintain the offshore sites.
Train carriages have long since become hot property for investment institutions, but the telecoms masts that beam mobile internet to the customers in the trains - now there’s an idea.
3i has just paid ?75m for a minority stake in Wireless Infrastructure Group, a Scottish firm that buys and builds mobile phone masts across the country. It is attempting to fill in the gaps left by the mobile operators’ own masts to create a network of bulkier, independent towers that will be used to rent out the airwaves to the phone companies.
About half of its sites are in rural areas, where a hotch-potch of public and private sector spending on mobile infrastructure over the years has left about 10pc of the country in “not-spots” that have proved stubbornly difficult to remedy.
To those who suppose the public sector would be a better builder of phone towers, perhaps a more organised and co-ordinated force, the Mobile Infrastructure Project has shown that’s probably an even worse option.
The Government scheme launched in 2013 with a plan to fund ?150m-worth of masts in poorly-covered areas.? The project has so far built about 60 of the proposed 600 masts so far, at a cost of about ?10m.
Identifying the exact sites of “not-spots” proved to be pretty difficult, as this grand scheme came “smack in the middle” of the 4G rollout that was transforming coverage anyway, the responsible minister Ed Vaizey has since admitted.
Equally tough was the job of finding suitable sites for the 30-metre masts to be built. Recent protests about plans for a tower in Yorkshire reflected unease in many national parks and areas of natural beauty about the structures.
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The UK operators are more than happy to move masts out their hands, raising them money while providing the benefits of easily accessible shared space on the independent network. Hutchison Whampoa is considering selling off more of its towers when the 3i operator takes over O2 in a deal set to close later this year.
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