From: Barry Garrick
Dear Treasury team,
On the advice referred to in this story (https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politic...)
What is Treasury's definition of "market ready"?
What are the 12 large roading projects which Treasury says are "market-ready"?
What makes each of the 12 market ready? Happy for this and the answer to the previous questions to be provided in a single table.
Can I also please have all correspondence and communications between Treasury and NZTA had about this advice? Both in the formulation and any correspondence/communications about it after it was sent to the Minister's office 1 Feb 2019 to today.
In addition, can I please have all correspondence and communications between Treasury and the Ministry of Transport about this advice? Both in the formulation and any correspondence/communications about it after it was sent to the Minister's office from 1 Feb 2019 to today.
And finally the same as above but between Treasury and any private sector infrastructure consultants.
Correspondence and communications includes but is not limited to letters, emails, text messages, messages through messaging apps (e.g. Whatsapp).
From: Emma Davey [TSY]
Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 which was received on 8 September 2019. A response will be provided in accordance with the Act (please see the Office of the Ombudsman Website for more details - http://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/).
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