Infrastructure

  • Press Releases

    Labour forget to take policy off website

    ACT Infrastructure spokesman Cameron Luxton is advising the Labour Party’s website administrators to scrub any trace of 2020’s forgotten “Big New Zealand Upgrade” ad campaign:

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  • People

    Cameron Luxton

    Cameron Luxton MP is based in Tauranga and was elected to Parliament with the ACT Party in 2023. Cameron has a background in construction, farming and sports. He is a skilled tradesman and currently owns a building business.

  • Policies

    A World Class Toll Roading System

    Anyone who has experienced the state of New Zealand’s roads recently knows that the current system of relying on the Government to maintain them with your taxes isn’t working. ACT would use public-private partnerships and toll roads to bring accountability and revenue to a 30-year plan, supercharging development and maintenance.

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  • Press Releases

    Infrastructure report says it time to embrace private enterprise

    “A new report highlights the need for New Zealand to adopt ACT’s policy of using private enterprise and local knowledge to get its infrastructure up to speed,” says ACT’s Infrastructure spokesperson Simon Court.

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  • Press Releases

    Labour’s forges ahead with Henry VII power grab bill

    “The Severe Weather Emergency Response Bill is an example of governance at its worst. Immensely powerful legislation being passed with minimal scrutiny, and a Government that ignores valid constitutional concerns,” says ACT’s Environment and Infrastructure spokesperson Simon Court.

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  • Press Releases

    A bridge away from Government’s failures

    “Chris Hipkins needs to show what has changed to make the fast-tracking of a new Auckland harbour crossing a realistic proposal, otherwise it will just seem like an opportunistic distraction from the many issues within his Government,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.

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  • Press Releases

    Labour can’t use crisis to inflate its powers

    “ACT cannot support the Government’s Severe Weather Emergency Response Bill through first reading. In its current form it is Henry VIII legislation that gives Ministers enormous powers unrelated to cyclone recovery,” says ACT’s Environment and Infrastructure spokesperson Simon Court.

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  • People

    Simon Court

    Simon Court MP is the Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Minister for Infrastructure and the Minister Responsible for RMA Reform. Simon was first elected to Parliament as an ACT Party MP in 2020. Before politics, Simon worked as a Civil and Environmental Engineer with 23 years’ experience in roles for the private sector and local government. This includes 10 years leading engineering, planning, tendering, and construction teams primarily in Auckland, Wellington, and Fiji.