Skip to main content

For information about COVID-19, visit the Unite against COVID-19 website.

Infrastructure Commission (InC)

Te Waihanga

Infracom works to lift infrastructure planning and delivery to a more strategic level and by doing so, improve New Zealanders’ long-term economic performance and social wellbeing.

Infracom was formed by legislation on 25 September 2019 and is an autonomous Crown entity, listed under the Crown Entities Act 2004, with an independent board.

The Commission will help improve how New Zealand coordinates and plans these significant projects, make the most of the infrastructure the country already has, and plan long-term to ensure investment delivers what we need, where and when it is needed. 



Utility links and page information

Page last updated: