Govt to invest $600m in housing infrastructure

The Government will co-invest up to $600 million, alongside local councils and private investors in network infrastructure, for new housing developments through a re-purposed ultra-fast broadband company, according to latest report from the New Zealand government.

Crown Infrastructure Partners, formerly Crown Fibre Holdings, will attract private investment for roading and water infrastructure to support the timely increase of housing supply.

The Government will co-invest up to $600 million, alongside local councils and private investors in network infrastructure, for new housing developments through a re-purposed ultra-fast broadband company, according to latest report from the New Zealand government.

Crown Infrastructure Partners, formerly Crown Fibre Holdings, will attract private investment for roading and water infrastructure to support the timely increase of housing supply.

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