The government has placed Private Finance Initiative at the heart of its strategy to reform public services in the UK. The main function of this reform is to provide quality public facilities to their users. This has seen PFI emerge as one of the key forms of Public Private Partnership delivery not just within the UK construction industry, but increasingly so on a global scale. Despite ‘value for money' being one of the core principles of PFI, questions have remained with regards to the quality of the finished projects delivered via this route particularly where design is concerned. This book investigates the role of quality of design within PFI, examining its importance and whether PFI is delivering facilities to a high standard of design quality.