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Auckland Light Rail’s indicative business case and shortlist of options is an encouraging light at the end of the tunnel for Aucklanders, Infrastructure New Zealand General Manager Claire Edmondson says.
Infrastructure New Zealand supports the Government’s decision to progress the Three Waters Reform Programme given the status quo isn’t working and cannot continue.
There is plenty in the Draft New Zealand Infrastructure Strategy for the infrastructure sector to like, Infrastructure New Zealand General Manager Claire Edmondson says.
Infrastructure New Zealand welcomes the release of the interim report on the Future for Local Government Review, saying it makes a strong case for much needed change.
Infrastructure New Zealand welcomes the release of the New Zealand Digital Strategy discussion document, but is concerned it is missing key elements.
Kia ora koutou, Further to my email this afternoon, here is more information on the Government's announcement today on the manufacturing of building products during Alert Level 4 from the Construction Sector Accord. Nga mihi Claire EdmondsonGeneral Manager Today the...
Due to supply chain issues that arise from Alert Level 4 as building products that are manufactured domestically are mostly manufactured in Auckland, the Government has agreed to allow some building product manufacturing to take place in Auckland during Covid-19...
The Prime Minister has announced today that all of New Zealand - except for Auckland - will move to alert level 2 at 11.59pm on Tuesday 7 September. The use of face masks will also be mandatory inside most public venues, including shops, malls and public spaces....
Further to our Building Nations 2021 announcement yesterday about the move to a virtual event, we are now able to update you on what this means for your complimentary tickets. Complimentary Member Tickets All Infrastructure New Zealand members will automatically...
Infrastructure New Zealand is working hard on November’s much anticipated Building Nations 2021 symposium, with more than 700 delegates expected to attend. When planning events of this scale, it is important the event is not only enjoyable, offers an engaging and...