New Zealand


  • Service: Advisory, Corporate Finance, Infrastructure Financing
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 29/07/2012

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 Adrian Wimmers


Adrian Wimmers


Head of Infrastructure & Projects group 

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Infrastructure 100 - World cities edition 

Urban development and intensification is a key issue facing the world.  The confluence of population change, technology change, environmental considerations and access to public utilities such as transport offer both challenges and potential benefits to planners, politicians and citizens.


New Zealand is not immune. The Prime Minister and Earthquake Recovery Minister, Gerry Brownlee, recently unveiled the ‘blueprint’ for central Christchurch – a plan that is expected to kick-start the rebuild in Christchurch with the location of new major public facilities.


With large scale projects underway in Auckland too, it’s clear that infrastructure will be at the forefront of our national dialogue for some time.   

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Lessons from around the world


Exciting projects around the globe are grasping the nettle and demonstrating inspiration and innovation in building and rebuilding cities.


KPMG New Zealand and KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice is proud to present the Infrastructure 100: World cities edition.


We showcase one hundred urban infrastructure projects that embody the spirit of innovation and stand as an inspiration to infrastructure sector participants and city leaders around the world.


Please contact us if you wish to discuss the topics and ideas raised in this publication.

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