Hamish is the Policy Director at
Infrastructure New Zealand. He leads research and policy development, and can
be seen advocating for improved infrastructure in media and on a number of public,
private, political and educational fora.
Hamish specialises in urban development
and transport policy, infrastructure governance, project funding, and strategic
planning. He has authored a number of major reports on infrastructure issues
and policy, including on New Zealand’s need for governance reform, integrated
urban development and national planning. He guest-lectures at the Auckland
University of Technology and is a frequent presenter to visiting infrastructure
groups from across the world. Building off Infrastructure New Zealand’s annual
delegations, he has reported on the infrastructure systems of Australia, the
UK, USA, Canada, China and Singapore and is an expert on global infrastructure
to joining Infrastructure New Zealand, Hamish worked for the Auckland Regional
Council and holds a Masters degree in political science.
Phone: +64 (0) 21 034 7229