This Excel model allows landholders to estimate compensation benchmarks using information that is specific to their circumstances. Note: if asked, you will need to ‘enable macros’ in Excel.
Under the terms of reference for our review of Licence Rationale and Design, IPART is required to conduct a survey of all NSW licences, including licences administered by local councils.
This paper sets out IPART’s recommended approach for councils to select a discount rate when using an NPV model to calculate development contributions.
This paper sets out IPART’s recommended approach for councils to select a discount rate when using a present value model to calculate development contributions.
In developing our approach to this review, one of the issues we will need to consider is an appropriate rate of return or return on capital for a number of energy-related businesses.
This Technical Paper outlines IPART’s recommended approach to calculating the discount rate and other aspects of modelling development contributions using an Net Present Value (NPV) methodology. It supersedes the paper published in March 2015.
This register lists and describes the regulatory functions of councils in NSW. It has been developed by Stenning & Associates to inform IPART’s red tape review of Local Government Compliance and Enforcement.
IPART uses a real rate of return in setting prices to cover a utility's costs. This requires the conversion of a nominal cost of capital to a real cost of capital by adjusting for expected inflation.