New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga Bill

About this bill

This bill establishes the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga as an autonomous Crown entity, with the purpose of co-ordinating, developing, and promoting an approach to infrastructure that encourages infrastructure, and services that result from the infrastructure, that improve the well-being of New Zealanders.

Current status

Royal Assent given 25 September 2019.
Enacted as the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga Act 2019 (2019/51)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill


All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 52
Ref 130-2
Introduced 8 April 2019
First reading 11 April 2019
Select Committee Finance and Expenditure Committee
Public submissions due 17 May 2019
Select Committee report back 23 August 2019
Second reading 10 September 2019
Committee of the whole House 18 September 2019
Third reading 24 September 2019
Royal Assent 25 September 2019
Enacted as New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga Act 2019 (2019/51)
Divided No

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