Phil Twyford will announce two large housing infrastructure projects in Tauranga and Waikato this morning, Thomas Coughlan reports.
In today's email we find out why October 12 may be a very important date, and we take an in-depth look at infrastructure funding and how the migration tweaks may themselves be tweaked as a result of industry lobbying.
In today's email we detail the developments in infrastructure funding.
The Government has unveiled in one fell swoop all the infrastructure projects that will use up all the $1 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund announced in July last year. The fund will back 40 roading, bridging and water projects across Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga and Queenstown to underpin the opening up of 60,000 sections over the next ten years and up to 103,000 sections in the longer run.
In today's email we detail the arrival of the first projects to use the Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).
In today's email we dig into the continuing standoff between local and central Government over paying for the infrastructure needed to cope with a growing population, increased tourist numbers and tougher water standards.
In today's email we dig into the Government's signalling around housing, infrastructure and urban water quality.