We provide independent regulatory decisions and advice to protect and promote the ongoing interests of the consumers, taxpayers and citizens of NSW.
Established by the NSW Government in 1992, IPART’s responsibilities and independent decision-making authority are conferred by legislation.
We have three key values:
Deliver regulatory leadership and high-quality decisions and advice to enhance IPART’s contribution to the NSW economy.
Keep regulated businesses accountable in accordance with their regulatory requirements.
Meet stakeholder expectations through extensive consultations and the delivery of impartial, transparent and balanced determinations.
Promote a thriving culture, be an employer of choice, and deliver a well-run organisation where highly professional and capable staff can perform, learn and enjoy.
We have eight guiding principles:
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We value customers’ contributions to our review process.
Most of our pricing reviews include a public consultation process:
For our assessment of local council rate variations, we adopt a different approach to our pricing reviews. For special rate variations:
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