Q & A
The following questions and answers are intended to be read alongside the investment statement and prospectus dated 12 March 2010 relating to the offer by New Zealand Social Infrastructure Limited (the Offer Document ).
18 April 2013 New Investment - Bendigo Healthcare Accommodation Facility
The New Zealand Social Infrastructure Fund (NZSIF) is pleased to announce that the Public Infrastructure Partners Fund (PIP Fund) in which NZSIF has a 23% interest, has made its third social infrastructure investment.
4 February 2013 New primary school opens in Hobsonville Point
Monday, 4 February 2013, 11:23 am Press Release: New Zealand Government Hon Hekia Parata Minister of Education. 4 February 2013 Media Statement New primary school opens in Hobsonville Point.
18 April 2012 Morrison & Co public-private partnership fund with NZ Super Fund money, sees up to half investment going to Australia
By Gareth Vaughan. See www. interest. co. nz. The equity investor in the country's first school public-private partnership (PPP) says it will probably ultimately plough up to half the money it has raised from New Zealand investors into Australian infrastructure due to a lack of PPP investment opportunities in New Zealand.
11 April 2012 New Zealand’s First Public Private Partnership
Learning Infrastructure Partners has entered into a contract to provide New Zealand’s first public private partnership (PPP) for the design, construction, finance and maintenance of Auckland’s Hobsonville Point primary and secondary schools, for the next 25 years.
7 April 2012 Hobsonville schools to be built under public private partnership
Two new schools planned for Hobsonville will be the guinea pigs for National's hopes of extending public-private partnerships into the schooling sector. Infrastructure minister Bill English yesterday announced two new schools in Hobsonville would be built and maintained by the private sector, although the government would own the school.
19 March 2012 - International evidence shows health PPPs provide value for money in the provision of health infrastructure
Media Release 19 March 2012. "Evidence from the UK, Australia and Canada shows that public-private partnerships in healthcare can provide superior value for money and should be considered alongside other procurement routes in the delivery of health infrastructure", says Stephen Selwood, CEO of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.
14 March 2012 PIP Fund consortium announced as Preferred Bidder for Hobsonville Schools PPP
The PIP Fund consortium Learning Infrastructure Partners has been formally appointed as the preferred bidder to build and maintain New Zealand’s first public private partnership (PPP) schools. The Primary and Secondary schools are to be constructed at Hobsonville Point Auckland.
20 February 2012 Press Release CAISSE AND PLENARY GROUP PARTNER
PRESS. RELEASE. THE CAISSE AND PLENARY GROUP PARTNER ON FIVE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS. First direct investments by the Caisse in Australia. February 20, 2012 – The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and Australian leader Plenary Group reached an agreement for the Caisse to invest in five public-private partnership (PPP) projects on Australian soil, including the Melbourne Convention Centre.
23 December 2011 Canterbury DHB to explore private funding
JO MCKENZIE-MCLEAN AND GEORGINA STYLIANOU. The $600 million redevelopment of Christchurch and Burwood hospitals may be partly funded through private investment. Health Minister Tony Ryall gave the go-ahead yesterday for the Canterbury District Health Board to develop a business case for the stage-one redevelopment of the city's hospitals.
4 July 2011 Govt to spend $17 billion on infrastructure
4 July 2011. http://www. infrastructure. govt. nz/plan/2011. The government will invest more than $17 billion in infrastructure during the next four years, Infrastructure Minister Bill English says. However, little specific new information on exactly where much of that money is destined for was included in the government's National Infrastructure Plan 2011, released this afternoon by Mr English and Associate Infrastructure Minister Steven Joyce.
22 June 2011 Govt considers cross-agency radio network
Bill English, Judith Collins. 22 June, 2011. Govt considers cross-agency radio network. The Government will investigate the feasibility of developing a Whole-of-Government Radio Network as a Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Infrastructure Minister Bill English and Police Minister Judith Collins announced today.
27 May 2011 - Shortlist announced for first schools PPP
Associate Minister of Education Rodney Hide today announced the three high quality private consortia, shortlisted by the Ministry of Education, for the first school property public private partnership (PPP) in New Zealand.
7 April 2011 Better educational outcomes through improved asset management critical success factor for PPPs
Media Statement 7 April 2011. Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in NZ schools have the potential to improve educational outcomes and transfer property risks to the private sector according to the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.
6 April 2011 Hobsonville schools PPP will bring wider benefits
The Government intends to commission two new schools in Hobsonville that will be designed, financed, built and maintained under a public-private partnership, Infrastructure Minister Bill English, Education Minister Anne Tolley and Associate Education Minister Rodney Hide announced today.
30 November 2010 - Delivering Social Infrastructure in NZ - By Adrian Wimmers (Issue 1/Insight Magazine Nov 2010)
Insight - Delivering Social Infrastructure in NZ Nov 2010. pdf.
3 November 2010 Prison PPP gets green light
http://www. beehive. govt. nz/release/prison+ppp+gets+green+light.
1 October 2010 New Zealand Social Infrastructure Fund Meets First Call to the PIP Fund
1 October 2010 New Zealand Social Infrastructure Fund Meets First Call to the PIP Fund.
22 September 2010 - Growing Understanding for PPP's
Media Statement 22 September 2010. "The Shape NZ survey showing New Zealanders favour public private partnerships (PPPs) to fund infrastructure development demonstrates a growing sophistication in understanding of alternative procurement and funding models by the NZ public", says Stephen Selwood, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.
16 August 2010 Melbourne Convention Centre Media Release
16 August 2010 Melbourne Convention Centre Media Release.
11 August 2010 - New measures to improve asset management
Bill English. 11 August, 2010. New measures to improve asset management. The Government is taking steps to improve how it invests in infrastructure and manages its $220 billion asset base, Finance Minister Bill English says.
21 July 2010 - School property PPP moves to next stage
Read the government press release.
5 May 2010 Infrastructure Update Newsletter
http://www. infrastructure. govt. nz/publications/newsletters.
3 May 2010 - Successful close for New Zealand Social Infrastructure Fund capital raising
Morrison & Co PIP Limited and Craigs Investment Partners Limited are pleased to announce. the successful close last Friday of the initial public offer (IPO) of shares by the New Zealand. Social Infrastructure Fund Limited (NZSIF).
28 April 2010 Peter Coman/NZSIF on NZI Business
Click here to view the video on TVNZ website.
15 April 2010 Judith Collins fronts up to prison criticism
Click here to view the video on the TVNZ website.
14 April 2010 Public Private Partnership for Wiri Prison
14 April 2010 Public Private Partnership for Wiri Prison. The Morrison and Co Public Infrastructure Partnership Fund ("PIP Fund") is pleased to learn that the Government intends to procure the new Wiri prison in a public private partnership ("PPP").