New Zealand Infrastructure Commission

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Does size matter? The impact of local government structure on cost efficiency

This paper aims to improve the evidence base on local government performance in New Zealand, focusing on the cost efficiency of council infrastructure and service provision.

New Zealand infrastructure strategy 2022-2052

Two years of independent investigation has culminated in this vision for how New Zealand’s infrastructure can lay a foundation for communities and future generations to thrive. The strategy has implications for not only the infrastructure sector, but for social, economic, environmental and cultural outcomes for...

The decline of housing supply in New Zealand: why it happened and how to reverse it

This report discusses how housing markets have been shaped by infrastructure and urban planning policies, and presents some options for making housing more available and affordable.

International best practice in tender price evaluation

The purpose of this report is to summarise international best practices in tender evaluation, and the role and influence of price in determining tender outcomes in public sector construction procurement.

Health infrastructure review

This report explores how New Zealand could in future optimise the way health infrastructure is planned, delivered and maintained, based on learnings from the health infrastructure systems in Victoria and New South Wales.