New Zealand’s Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga

New Zealand’s Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, was established by Royal Assent on 25 September 2019.

The Infrastructure Commission is an autonomous Crown entity with an independent board. The Infrastructure Commission seeks to lift infrastructure planning and delivery to a more strategic level and by doing so, improve New Zealanders’ long term economic performance and social wellbeing.

The Infrastructure Commission has two primary functions:

  1. Strategy – the Infrastructure Commission will produce a 30 year infrastructure strategy to replace the government’s current 30 year plan; and
  2. Commercial – the Infrastructure Commission will support central and local government entities to procure and deliver major infrastructure projects.  The Infrastructure Commission will progressively building up and publishing a pipeline of central and local government infrastructure projects. In time, private sector infrastructure project swill also be added to the pipeline.

Read more about the Infrastructure Commission here


Download the Thirty Year New Zealand Infrastructure Plan here

Download the Ten Year Capital Intentions Plan here

Download the Capital Intentions Project Data Spreadsheet here

Download the Capital Intentions Combined Diagrammes here

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