Urban regeneration and infrastructure are important areas supporting New Zealand's growth. PwC's Urban Regeneration and Infrastructure team, led by Partners Carl Blanchard and John Schellekens, helps to strengthen the linkages between these complex areas to create more value. With our local expertise and global networks, we help our public and private sector clients through:
New approaches are needed to bridge the infrastructure funding gap. It’s imperative for New Zealand cities’ and regions future sustainability, prosperity and the well-being of its citizens that government meet the demand for transport and other public infrastructure. On current trajectories the demand for new infrastructure outweighs capacity to deliver the required pipeline of projects. There is now an opportunity to reform the way infrastructure is funded and financed. Value creation and capture ensures the cities of tomorrow continue to be places of innovation and engines of economic growth.
New Zealand infrastructure leaders discussed value creation and capture, at the Stronger linkages between urban regeneration and infrastructure event, hosted by PwC. This is a topic of growing importance as central and local government progress their infrastructure plans with increasingly stretched budgets. Special guests David Rankin from Panuku Development Auckland and John Marinopoulos from PwC Australia shared their insights and experience. Watch our video to hear more.