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:
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