Reports

Te Waihanga publishes reports to provide a greater understanding and analysis of infrastructure in New Zealand.
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Te Waihanga Research Insights: March 2022

Why have house prices in New Zealand increased so much over the last few decades? What did the country do to construct this crisis? How can we fix this?

Click to go to the Te Waihanga Research Insights: March 2022 page
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Te Waihanga Research Insights: December 2021

Is New Zealand investing enough in infrastructure? Should we invest more to close the gap between today’s infrastructure and what we’ll need in future?

Click to go to the Te Waihanga Research Insights: December 2021 page
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Labour Markets Report

As part of our work on a New Zealand infrastructure strategy, we commissioned a report on New Zealand’s infrastructure system and the challenges posed by growing labour markets.

Click to go to the Labour Markets Report page
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Aotearoa 2050

In March 2021 we asked New Zealanders what they want Aotearoa to look like in 2050. What we’ve heard will help shape the Infrastructure Strategy.

Click to go to the Aotearoa 2050 page
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New Zealand’s Infrastructure Challenge

As part of our work on a New Zealand infrastructure strategy, we commissioned a report on the scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure challenge.

Click to go to the New Zealand’s Infrastructure Challenge page
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Defining infrastructure

As an initial step in work to develop the Infrastructure Strategy, we've developed a discussion document that standardises how we think about the shared services around us.

Click to go to the Defining infrastructure page
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Freights and Ports Sector Review

Te Waihanga commissioned a review into the country's freight infrastructure now and into the future, with a particular focus on the operations of New Zealand's ports.

Click to go to the Freights and Ports Sector Review page
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Technology Change and Infrastructure

As part of our work on the Infrastructure Strategy, we commissioned a report on the potential impact of technology change on infrastructure.

Click to go to the Technology Change and Infrastructure  page
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Water Reform

As part of our work to understand New Zealand’s water infrastructure, we produced a special report into Waters Reform in New Zealand.

Click to go to the Water Reform page
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Financing and Funding of Infrastructure in New Zealand Report

Our first Infrastructure Strategy recognises that we’ll need more infrastructure, but it is not free and someone must pay for it. Good infrastructure decision-making takes place within and must be supported by a principled and fit-for-purpose funding and financing system.

Click to go to the Financing and Funding of Infrastructure in New Zealand Report page