We make the people of NSW better off through independent decisions and advice.
Established by the NSW Government in 1992, IPART’s responsibilities and independent decision-making authority are conferred by legislation.
We have three key values:
IPART 2023 – Strategy on a page
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:
The Pecuniary Interests Register displayed is limited to sitting members.
Pecuniary interests register for current Tribunal members
Protocol for Tribunal members on disclosure of pecuniary interests and conflicts of interest
Treasury's Direction - Gifts of government property makes provision for the circumstances in which a person handling government resources can make a gift of government property. The direction also makes provision for the records that are to be kept in respect of gifts of government property made by or on behalf of a GSF agency.
IPART 2020 Register - Gifts of Government Property.