This report explains our Determination for Willoughby City Council’s minimum rate application for 2012/13. IPART is responsible for setting the amount by which councils can increase their general income each year.
This report explains our Determination for Guindgai Shire Councils minimum rate application for 2012/13. IPART is responsible for setting the amount by which councils can increase their general income each year.
IPART has released decisions on applications made by eight councils to increase general income above the 1.5% rate peg from 1 July 2017. Increases have been approved for Bellingen, Byron, Inverell and Port Macquarie-Hastings councils.
Eight councils across NSW have officially applied to IPART to increase their general revenue above the rate peg in 2017-18.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is responsible for setting the rate peg each year. For 2013/14, we have set the rate peg at 3.4%.
This fact sheet provides guidance to councils that are considering applying for an increase to minimum rates in 2018-19.
Mid-Coast Council has formally applied to IPART for a special variation to increase its general income above the rate peg over the four year period 2017-18 to 2020-2021.