Population factors and rate pegs for all councils 2022-23.
Ratepayer summary - Bayside Council - 2021-22 minimum rates
IPART has made decisions on special variation applications from eight councils to increase their income from rates above the rate peg.
Eight councils across NSW have applied to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) for a special variation to increase their income from rates above the rate peg in 2021-22.
For the first time, the amount that councils will be able to increase the revenue they can collect from rates will depend on their level of population growth, under the 2022-23 rate peg decision announced today by the Independent Pricing and Regul
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.
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 report outlines IPART’s proposed approach to implementing the NSW Government’s rate path freeze policy for new councils that was provided to the Minister for Local Government on June 9 2016.
This Media Release list the councils that have notified IPART of their intention to apply for either a special variation to increase their general income above the rate peg, or for a minimum rate increase, in 2017-18.
This Media Release outlines the details of the twelve applications that have been received by IPART from NSW local councils to increase their general revenue above the rate peg in 2016-17.
IPART is seeking feedback and submissions from the public on the review of the rate peg methodology to include population growth.