New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development
NZCID is an authority at the forefront of infrastructure development issues. The Council promotes best practice in national infrastructure development through research, advocacy and public and private sector collaboration. NZCID members come from diverse sectors across New Zealand, equity owners, service providers, public sector agencies, and major infrastructure users.
Together we share a clear purpose; world class infrastructure for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
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4:05 PM, 10 May 2016
Auckland must urgently revise transport priorities and the Unitary Plan to better align where people live, work and how they move around, otherwise gridlock will bring the city to a halt, according to a new report from the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.more
11:02 AM, 7 April 2016
An independent agency dedicated to the retention, development and application of major project delivery capability in New Zealand will improve the value for money public bodies achieve from infrastructure investment, according to a new report from the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development following a recent study trip to Canada.more
2:44 PM, 17 March 2016
Shortlist announced for transfer of social houses.more
9:27 AM, 11 May 2016
Gridlock will bring the Auckland city economy to a halt, according to a new report from the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development. Read more.more
1:27 PM, 9 May 2016
Watch NZCID's latest video on Auckland's transport issues.more
11:09 AM, 17 March 2016
The latest NZCID Report draws on the learning's from the recent Delegation to Canada while addressing the issue of procurement in New Zealand.more
1:41 PM, 9 October 2015
10:52 AM, 12 March 2015
Mega-projects are more than just big roads, railways and housing developments. They transform the activities of residents, communities and businesses impacting social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being on a grand scale.