IPART is conducting a review of the local government rating system in NSW.
This Issues Paper sets out the key issues in our review of the rate peg methodology to include population growth. It also provides context for our review.
This Issues Paper seeks comment on the calculation parameters for Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council’s developer charges to apply from 1 July 2013.
Outlines key issues for Tribunal's review of prices charged by Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council. The review will set the prices each agency can charge for water, wastewater and stormwater services from 1 July 2006.
In this review IPART will determine Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council’s charges for water, sewerage, stormwater, trade waste and other ancillary and miscellaneous services to apply from 1 July 2013.
This issues paper is the first step in our consultation process. It sets out the key issues on which we are seeking stakeholder input. We invite all interested parties to make submissions in response to the issues paper by 29 May 2015.
In this review IPART will determine Gosford City Council’s and Wyong Shire Council’s charges for the provision of water, wastewater, stormwater, trade waste and other ancillary and miscellaneous services to apply from 1 July 2009.
Outlines key issues for the Tribunal's review of pricing arrangements for backlog sewerage services for Gosford City Council. The review will set prices for the provision of backlog sewerage services in Gosford from 1 July 2006
This paper sets out key issues for our review of the maximum prices that Central Coast Council can charge for water, sewerage and related services from 1 July 2019.
This Issues Paper sets out our approach to the review of the Valuer General’s charges to councils for valuation services from 1 July 2019.
The purpose of this issues paper is to identify the key issues IPART believes will be important in making its determination. However, IPART welcomes stakeholders raising other issues they believe are important in their submission to IPART.
Outlines key issues for Tribunal’s review of prices charged by Sydney Catchment Authority, Sydney Water, Hunter Water, Gosford Council, and Wyong Council.
The Premier has requested that the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) conduct a review of the revenue framework for local government.
This issues paper is the first stage in the process of reviewing fees charged by councils and other consent authorities for development control services.
As part of this review we are seeking to identify inefficient, unnecessary or excessive planning, reporting and compliance obligations imposed on councils by the NSW Government; and to develop options to reduce or streamline these burdens.
At a meeting of the Council of Australian Governments in April 1995, Heads of Government signed an agreement to implement national competition policy reforms.
The NSW Government is seeking advice from the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) on how the new Local Land Services (LLS) boards should price their services. IPART will not be determining actual charges.