Katie Black

An ‘independent infrastructure entity’ for New Zealand
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An ‘independent infrastructure entity’ for New Zealand

There are not many countries around the world which have created a comparable body to the National Infrastructure Commission, although many face similar challenges in incorporating long-term and evidence-based thinking into infrastructure decision making. New Zealand could be the next. Infrastructure New Zealand, a membership organisation representing companies across the different infrastructure sectors, have been...

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Harnessing smart power
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Harnessing smart power

The National Infrastructure Commission has two pivotal roles: to provide independent and evidence-based advice to Government on the best way to meet the country’s infrastructure needs; and to ensure that when those recommendations are accepted, they are implemented and delivered.  Publication of the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan represented a major milestone in the Government’s...

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