This fact sheet summarises which councils have notified us of their intention to apply for a special variation to their general income or for an increase in minimum rates (MR) in 2017-18.
This fact sheet provides guidance to councils that are considering applying for an increase to minimum rates in 2017-18.
This fact sheet provides guidance to councils that are considering applying for an increase to minimum rates in 2016-17.
Our Technical Paper - Modelling local development contributions in a present value framework, recommends that councils adopt a specific method to calculate the discount rate for use in any net present value (NPV) modelling of contributions plans.
This Fact Sheet outlines some key details on an Issues Paper IPART has released as part of its review of the rating system for local government in NSW.We seek feedback from councils, ratepayers and the community, NSW government agencies, and other
It is longstanding NSW Government policy for local councils’ general income to increase each year in line with council costs.
This Fact Sheet outlines some key details on IPART’s Draft Report on our Review of the rating system for local government in NSW. Submissions on the draft report and the review are open until 14 October 2016.
This Fact Sheet summarises IPART's decisions on council applications for special variations and minimum rate increases in 2016-17
This fact sheet provides an update of the discount rate for use in net present value (NPV) models for contributions plans based on historical data to the end of July 2016.
This fact sheet summarises IPART's 2012 Issues Paper that seeks comment on the calculation parameters for Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council’s developer charges from 1 July 2013.
This fact sheet summarises the applications made by councils to IPART under the Local Government Act 1993 for a special variation to their general income for 2016-17.
IPART has released a final technical paper about the financial modelling of local development contributions. The final technical paper explains how councils should select a discount rate when they use a Net Present Value (NPV) methodology.