Tags : Investment

More public housing delivered in Auckland

The Government’s investment in public housing is delivering more warm, dry homes with today’s official opening of 82 new apartments in New Lynn by the Housing Minister Megan Woods. The Thom Street development replaces 16 houses built in the 1940s, with brand new fit-for-purpose public housing that is in high demand, particularly in our larger cities, […]readmore

More action on waste – Government funds recycling infrastructure, moves

$36.7m Government investment in high-tech recycling plants nationwide ·       Plan to standardise and improve the nation’s kerbside collections As part of a wider plan to reduce the amount of rubbish ending up in New Zealand’s landfills, the Government is to fund the upgrading of seven high-tech recycling plants from Northland to Canterbury announced Associate Minister for […]readmore

PGF support for Wairoa creates jobs

The Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) investment of $3.78 million in Wairoa will create much needed economic stimulus and jobs, Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau announced today. PGF projects announced today include: ·         $200,000 loan to Nuhaka Kiwifruit Holdings Ltd (operated by Pine Valley Orchard Ltd) to increase the productivity of an existing horticulture infrastructure ·         $2 million […]readmore

PGF supports Hawke’s Bay community and environmental projects

The Government is investing more than $1.6 million from the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) for a wide range of community and environmental projects in Hawke’s Bay, Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau announced today. These announcements today are part of the Government’s commitment to supporting regional economies in the wake of Covid-19 with its PGF […]readmore

Boost to upgrade state housing to be warmer, drier, healthier

More warmer, drier homes and a big building boost for regional centres across New Zealand are two of the major benefits from a $500 million investment in the upgrade and renewal of state homes. Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi has confirmed the multi-million dollar expansion of the Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities Retrofit Programme. […]readmore

Next stage of infrastructure works at Auckland City Hospital underway

The next stage of work at Auckland City Hospital has started – to replace 50-year-old infrastructure and ensure the delivery of high quality care, Health Minister Chris Hipkins announced today. Chris Hipkins visited the hospital to confirm the release of an additional $262 million for the second stage of core infrastructure works. “It’s crucial DHBs […]readmore

Over $53m for Top of the South projects

The Government is investing $53.3 million in a variety of projects that will provide a huge boost to the Nelson, Marlborough and Blenheim region, Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau announced in Blenheim this morning. “These projects will transform the region, create jobs and make the Top of the South an even more attractive […]readmore

Government funding for crucial health support infrastructure

Two health providers will receive funding through the Government’s infrastructure programme for building projects in Christchurch that will provide South Island patients and their families improved access to accommodation and support while they receive treatment, Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones and Associate Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration Poto Williams have announced. The Bone Marrow Cancer Trust […]readmore

Te Arawa Lakes Trust among first to benefit from Jobs

Whenua/land, roto/lakes and awa/rivers in the central North Island will benefit from increased habitat protection with new biosecurity investment across iwi and Crown-managed lands and lakes announced Conservation and Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage in Rotorua today. “I’m delighted to announced that Rotorua iwi entity Te Arawa Lakes Trust will receive $2.5 million from the Government’s […]readmore

Support for resilient rail connection to the West Coast

A $13 million investment from Government will create jobs and improve the resilience of the rail connection between Christchurch and the West Coast,Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones and Regional Economic Development Under-Secretary Fletcher Tabuteau say. The funding comes from the tagged contingency set aside in Budget 2020 for infrastructure projects and forms part of the $90 million […]readmore