News and Media Releases
Keep up-to-date with the latest infrastructure developments in New Zealand.
Infrastructure New Zealand marks significant infrastructure planning reform milestone
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 overly-complicated, expensive and time-consuming planning system.
Infrastructure New Zealand pleased to announce three new board members
Infrastructure New Zealand has appointed three new directors to its Board this week. Natalie McClew, Rhys Clark and Fraser Wylie have joined the team, as announced at yesterday’s AGM.
Budget 2022 priorities signal a start towards addressing significant infrastructure deficit
Budget 2022 lifts infrastructure investment over the next four years from $57.3b to $61.9b, representing an increase of $4.6b.
Infrastructure Strategy a positive step towards making New Zealand a better place
Infrastructure New Zealand welcomes today’s release of Infrastructure Strategy 2022 – 2052 from The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga.
Infrastructure New Zealand applauds crucial next step in Three Waters reforms
Infrastructure New Zealand (INZ) welcomes today’s announcement by Government supporting the majority of recommendations made by the Three Waters Working Group addressing local representation and governance issues.
Broadening diversity and inclusiveness in infrastructure sector to meet key challenges
Infrastructure New Zealand (INZ) is broadening its diversity and inclusiveness initiatives with the establishment of a diversity advisory board to help address key challenges facing the sector.
Border announcement removes barriers for infrastructure sector
Infrastructure New Zealand has joined the chorus welcoming today’s border opening announcement.
Transformational Auckland transport plan will create a world-class nation once delivered
Today’s Government announcement on a second harbour-crossing and integrated transport network is a transformational and long-sighted solution to Auckland’s transport woes, and a huge opportunity for the transport, construction and infrastructure sectors, Infrastructure New Zealand chief executive Claire Edmondson says.
Claire Edmondson appointed Infrastructure New Zealand Chief Executive
Claire Edmondson has been appointed Infrastructure New Zealand Chief Executive.
Board Chair Margaret Devlin said the Board made the decision in December. Ms Edmondson had been Infrastructure New Zealand General Manager since July.
Building Nations conference highlights chief infrastructure sector concerns
New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit and how it will be funded and financed, climate change and the role of infrastructure to mitigate impacts, and attracting talent and retaining skills are the three chief issues of concern to members attending Infrastructure New Zealand’s annual Building Nations conference this week.