Strategic Infrastructure Priorities discussed during the AGM - NZ Infrastructure Commission, Road Pricing, Asset Recycling, Urban Development at Scale, Water Sector Reform, Capability, Capacity and Diversity, Planning Law Reform. Click here to see the presentation.
Congestion charges were introduced in Stockholm in 2006 as a seven-month trial, followed by a referendum where a majority voted in favour of the charges. This led to the reintroduction of congestion charges in August 2007, and they have been operational since then. The system has attracted worldwide attention, both because it achieved substantial congestion reductions, and because the system overcame fierce initial hostility, surviving a heated and complicated political and legal process, and eventually gaining support by more than 2/3 of the population and all political parties. Click here to see the presentation.
Auckland Housing to build 45,000 homes over the next 20 years - what a great opportunity for the market!
To see how you can be involved, click here for the presentation.
An important lesson from our delegation to the UK: The Scottish National Planning Framework is an excellent model for New Zealand. Click here for the presentation.
Take a look at our recent presentation on funding options for infrastructure, and what can be learnt from projects undertaken in other countries. Click here for the presentation.
The Australia New Zealand Infrastructure Forum (ANZIF) hosted by Deloitte in Auckland, provided an opportunity for Public and Private sector infrastructure leaders to share the latest market information between both countries, with a focus on social housing, defence, urban development and developing an integrated Australia / New Zealand market. Click here for the presentation ANZIF.pdf