Commission News

Watch the Infrastructure 2021: Looking Ahead Symposium

All 13 sessions from this year's Infrastructure 2021: Looking Ahead Symposium are now available to watch.

A changing New Zealand has major impacts for our infrastructure

New Zealand’s population is going through the greatest change since the post-war baby boom, says Dr Paul Spoonley, speaking at…

Te Waihanga welcomes the Budget’s commitment to infrastructure

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, welcomes the Budget’s ongoing commitment to infrastructure through a $4 billion boost to…

Newsroom: Infrastructure for a better future

New Zealanders have spoken.

Infrastructure 2021: Looking Ahead Symposium

Registrations are open for the Infrastructure 2021: Looking Ahead Symposium, hosted by New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga.

Te Waihanga consulting on major changes to New Zealand’s infrastructure planning and delivery

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, is proposing an overhaul of the way New Zealand’s infrastructure is planned, prioritised…

Transmission Gully Interim Review released

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, will implement the recommendations directed by the Minister for Infrastructure from the Transmission Gully Interim Review that was released today, says Chief Executive Ross…

Te Waihanga thanks Stephen Selwood following his decision to step down

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, would like to thank Board member Stephen Selwood for his valuable and deep…

Newsroom: Why we need to rethink the way we manage our resources

The Resource Management Act failed to protect our water quality, reduce emissions or halt declining biodiversity.