• NZCID is New Zealand's Peak Infrastructure Industry Body

  • Global Reach

  • Promoting Industry Best Practice

  • Turning Talk Into Action

  • Developing Networks

  • Thought Leadership and Advocacy

  • Our goal: World class infrastructure for all New Zealanders

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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Media Releases

3:36 PM, 22 October 2015

Environment and Housing reports underline need for planning and environmental law reform

Two separate reports released yesterday provide timely and compelling evidence that the Resource Management Act is failing in its fundamental purpose to promote sustainable management of natural and physical resources, says Stephen Selwood CEO of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.


10:16 AM, 9 October 2015

Hawke's Bay "No" vote highlights need to rethink role of local government

It is disappointing but not surprising that local residents turned down a proposal to restructure Hawkes Bay governance when the debate around amalgamation pitched administrative cost savings against loss of community identity and history, says Stephen Selwood CEO of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.


3:09 PM, 25 September 2015

Government-Council Partnership for Christchurch positive but complexity of structure remains significant risk

Its encouraging to see the Government and Christchurch City Council forming Regenerate Christchurch as a joint partnership to oversee the future of the Christchurch rebuild. But the creation of three public agencies to deliver urban redevelopment risks creating implementation challenges, says NZ Council for Infrastructure Development head Stephen Selwood.