Building System Insights Programme
The purpose of the Building System Insights Programme (BSIP) is to conduct strategic research and evaluation, which provides sector intelligence and insights, to inform the implementation and effective delivery of the Building System Regulatory Strategy.
The generation of these insights will inform the direction of the strategy, tell us what activities we need to prioritise and engage in, and whether what we are doing is making a difference.
The embedding of these insights will ensure that our work remains relevant and evidence-based, and that we continue to be an efficient and effective steward of the building regulatory system.
In this section
The Building and Construction Sector Trends Reporting Package provides regular insights on the key and emerging trends in the building and construction sector.
The Building for the Future Indicators Explorer is an online tool that provides a snapshot of New Zealand’s building system, and tracks it’s progress against the outcomes in the Building System Regulatory Strategy – Building for the Future.
The Construction Workforce Projections provides medium to long-term workforce/employment projections of the construction industry.
This research provides insights on the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses, workers, and end-users within the New Zealand building system.
This evaluation was designed to better understand how well the current system is aligned with its intended objectives and to explore the underlying causes of issues with its efficiency, predictability and effectiveness.
This report describes the observed efficiency, effectiveness and consistency of the end-to-end building consent processes as they have been applied to new public housing commissioned by Kāinga Ora (as an agent of the Crown). It also provides a baseline for identifying efficiency gains over time through, for example, greater use of ‘MultiProof’ and modular components.
The National Construction Pipeline Report provides 6-year projection of national building and construction work.
This research provides a summary of progress made by 38 territorial authorities towards identifying potential earthquake-prone buildings
This research provides an annual monitor on the state of the building and construction sector.
Exploratory analyses of the Overseas Merchandise Trade dataset: Technical Report – July 2022.
This exploratory research report provides insights into the supply chain of building products imported into New Zealand.