What’s in the National Infrastructure Pipeline?


The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission – Te Waihanga has provided an update on the National Infrastructure Pipeline which provides a forward view of planned infrastructure projects in New Zealand.

The project information is provided directly from government agencies, councils, and private sector entities that are involved in providing infrastructure services to New Zealanders.

At the end of the March 2022 quarter, the Pipeline included more than 2700 projects, worth about $69 billion.
The Pipeline focuses on projects that have a higher level of certainty, encouraging industry to make informed decisions about planned activity in their sector and region, co-ordinate time frames, and to scale capability and capacity for delivery.

The Pipeline continues to grow and evolve into a comprehensive summary of planned activity in New Zealand across all infrastructure sectors.

Pipeline snapshot

Key changes in the March quarter update from December 2021 include:

• A total of 33 organisations have updated project information.
• 46 projects on the Pipeline were completed, totalling $630 million.
• Additional projects from the Ministry of Health have been added.

The Commission has welcomed several new contributors and projects, including.

• Wellington City Council.
• Let’s Get Wellington Moving.
• Powerco.
• Spark.

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