Infrastructure New Zealand's Vision and Objectives

Infrastructure New Zealand's objectives are to:

(a) identify and prioritise specific infrastructure needs;

(b) facilitate and encourage the provision of world class infrastructure, by both public and private sectors, in an economically, socially and environmentally responsible manner;

(c) influence central, regional and local government decision making on the provision of infrastructure;

(d) identify the impediments to infrastructure provision, and provide solutions;

(e) assist in creating an environment where:

     (i) it is accepted by all governments and the community that New Zealand must have world class infrastructure if it is to achieve its economic and social potential;

     (ii) the consequences of failing to provide world class infrastructure are understood;

     (iii) the respective roles of both public and private sectors in the provision of infrastructure are accepted;

(f) become the leading non government point of reference on issues relating to infrastructure provision;

(g) provide a voice, for the Council's membership, in addressing infrastructure needs for New Zealand; and

(h) do all such lawful things as are incidental to or ancillary to the attainment of the vision and the objectives of the Infrastructure New Zealand.


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