We’re a safe pair of hands when it comes to delivering infrastructure 

Every year, we spend hundreds of millions of dollars on maintaining, upgrading and expanding our infrastructure to ensure we meet the needs of a growing city.

Our strategy is laid out in our Asset Management Plan which outlines how we will spend $18.5 billion over the next 20 years to maintain and develop a resilient water and wastewater network for our customers.

The comprehensive plan details how we will deliver new water sources and infrastructure to cater for Auckland’s growing population, renew some of our ageing assets and expand the wastewater network, ultimately improving the environment.

Our commitment to you

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Our commitment to you

As the city grows, we are upgrading and extending our core water and wastewater infrastructure – all while maintaining the thousands of kilometres of pipes, pump stations and plants.


Did you know?

Our projects are paid for by a combination of water and wastewater service charges, infrastructure growth charges and borrowed money. 

We don’t receive any funding from Auckland Council or Government. All the money we receive from you, our customers, goes back into your water and wastewater services.

Our planning and development will always take future uncertainties into account, so that infrastructure and communities remain future-proofed and strong. We carry out the planning process for these upgrades in conjunction with Auckland Council, together with the likes of developers building new housing developments.  

We have dozens of infrastructure projects underway across the Auckland region. Find out about some of them below. 

A growing city demands growth in infrastructure