Speaking to Corin Dann on Q+A, Mr Orr said the Fund had invested in schools, prisons and other infrastructure already, and wanted to do much more – especially in the area of housing, and even social housing. “That’s one investment game here in New Zealand, and I would love to be able to do that,” he said.
“And we are very ambitious, and we’ve had the shingle out. We’re working with Ngai Tahu. We’re co-investing across there, and really we need access — good access to land, good access to the capability. We’ve got the capital, and we’re open for business.”
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