IPART helps you get safe and reliable services at a fair price.
We’ve released our final report on the prices that Central Coast Council as a Water Supply Authority can charge for water services.
IPART has decided to increase prices to support better services in line with community concerns.
We are reviewing how we regulate several NSW ‘monopoly’ water businesses.
Our draft report will help enable these water businesses to deliver better value for money to their customers and address key challenges like climate change and a growing population.
We have approved 4 councils' special variation applications to increase their income above the rate peg.
The councils were required to consult with the community, establish that the impact on ratepayers is affordable, and make productivity and cost savings.
We are investigating a pricing regulatory framework for interoperable electronic conveyancing transactions between Electronic Lodgment Network Operators (ELNOs).
This review is important because econveyancing is used to settle many sales of property and land in Australia.
We've published the full results of our stakeholder survey, and committed to some immediate actions in response to the feedback.
Thanks very much to all those who participated in the survey.
IPART welcomes the Minister for Local Government’s announcement requesting a review of the rate peg methodology.
We are pleased to also be assisting the Minister by assessing additional special variation applications to support those councils that had budgeted for a larger rate increase.
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Climate Change Prioritised
IPART has adopted a statement and framework on climate change