New Zealand’s leading infrastructure member association
By Michelle McCormick, Policy Director and Martina Moroney, Policy Advisor, Infrastructure New Zealand
Local government elections closed on 8 October with preliminary results for mayoral and other candidates announced in the days following and confirmed later in October.
MEDIA RELEASE Today’s introduction of two Bills to Parliament to replace the Resource Management Act marks a long-awaited milestone that can be celebrated. Infrastructure New Zealand (INZ), on behalf of its members, has long advocated for a change to our current...
MEDIA RELEASE Infrastructure New Zealand has appointed three new directors to its Board this week. Natalie McClew, Rhys Clark and Fraser Wyllie have joined the team, as announced at yesterday’s AGM. Natalie joins as Partner at PwC within their Infrastructure and...
MEDIA RELEASE Budget 2022 lifts infrastructure investment over the next four years from $57.3b to $61.9b, representing an increase of $4.6b. Infrastructure New Zealand welcomes this additional investment, but recognises that much of it is aimed at addressing historic...
Aotearoa New Zealand suffers from an infrastructure deficit. Without the key infrastructure needed for our economy to thrive, we are depriving future generations of significant economic prosperity. While transformational infrastructure projects need time to be developed into sound technical solutions, many New Zealand projects are being further delayed by policy decision and financing constraints.
In this novel application of the infrastructure Wider Economic Benefits approach, we quantify the cost to society of these further delays for the first time, by using the example of the Waikato Expressway.
Representing Infrastructure across New Zealand
Infrastructure New Zealand is the nation’s leading infrastructure member association.
Our core purpose is to advance best practice development of world-class transport, energy, water, telecommunications, and social infrastructure for all New Zealanders.
We do this through research, advocacy, and public and private sector collaboration.
Our members are leaders from diverse sectors across New Zealand.
Our purpose is to increase the number of women in leadership roles, grow the visibility of women, and to provide a networking and support group for women in the infrastructure sector.
Previously known as the Emerging Talent Network, The Infrastructure Collective sees a strong future as a best practice offering in support, development, and representation of the future leaders in the infrastructure sector.
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