New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga

Autonomous Crown entity

Te Waihanga aims to lift infrastructure planning and delivery to improve New Zealanders’ long-term economic performance and social well-being.

Te Waihanga is a key advisor to government on infrastructure.  This advisory role includes developing a 30-year infrastructure strategy, an infrastructure pipeline, and advice and support for major project procurement.

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Key Information

Entity FormAutonomous Crown entity
Head OfficeWellington
Primary LegislationCrown Entities Act 2004; New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga Act 2019

Board of Directors

Person Role Term
Dr Alan Bollard Chair -
Ms Sue Tindal Deputy Chair -
Dr Sina Cotter Tait Member -
Mr Maurice Davis Member -
Mr Geoff Hunt Member -
Mr Raveen Jaduram Member -
Ms Sarah Sinclair Member -

Key documents