Annual Report | Pūrongo ā-tau
Our Annual Report outlines our key achievements over the past year and details progress against our long-term outcomes. It includes non-financial performance information and our financial statements
Strategic Intentions | He takunetanga rautaki
Our Strategic Intentions explains how we will focus our efforts to deliver the greatest value we can to our customers and New Zealand over the medium to long term. It outlines who we are, what we plan to deliver, how we will do our work, and how we will measure progress.
Toitū Te Whenua has a framework of outcomes and priorities aimed at sharpening our focus on the things that matter most for New Zealand, and guiding where we put our effort and resources.
Briefing to the Incoming Minister
Read recent briefings on the Land Information portfolio, outlining our role, functions and strategic direction.
Transparency statement: Information gathering at Toitū Te Whenua
How Toitū Te Whenua LINZ collects, uses and shares information gathered about members of the public or other entities.
Performance Improvement Framework Reviews
Reviews of our performance using the Performance Improvement Framework.
Benchmarking of Administrative and Support Services
The report benchmarking our costs, efficiency, and the effectiveness of our administrative and support services, compared to other state sector organisations.
Spatial Information in the New Zealand Economy
This report provides economic analysis quantifying the contribution spatial information makes to the New Zealand economy, as well as opportunities for this contribution to grow.
Foreshore Project Final Report 2003
This report is about New Zealand’s coastline, its foreshore, and related issues of private ownership.
Canterbury Property Boundaries
Cabinet papers relating to property boundary issues in Canterbury following the earthquakes.
Overseas Investment Office
Public Works Act review
Information about the review of the Act.
Land Transfer Legislation
Work is underway to make the law for land transfer more accessible and to improve property rights.
Consolidating Existing Reserves and Other Lands Disposal Acts and Resolving Matters Relating to Parcels of National Park Land
In May 2019 Cabinet agreed to repeal and consolidate 90 historic Reserves and Other Lands Disposal Acts, or ROLD Acts, into a single ROLD Act.