This fact sheet explains IPART’s review of the rate of return and remaining mine life under the NSW Rail Access Undertaking (Undertaking) relating to the Hunter Valley Coal Network and the proposals that IPART has received from the infrastructure
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (IPART) is responsible for setting charges for government monopoly services.
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.
IPART has released an Issues Paper which provides relevant background information and identifies key issues to assist Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council and other interested parties in making submissions.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal is conducting a series of regional workshops as part of its review of the revenue framework for local government.
Halcrow has been engaged by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) to undertake an independent review of capital and operating expenditure associated with the provision of water, wastewater and stormwater services by Wyong Shire C
IPART is conducting a public hearing on Friday 14 November 2008 from 9:00am to 4:30pm. The venue for the hearing is:The Willows Quality Inn, 512 Pacific Hwy,Gosford North
Discusses the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)—a key factor in determining regulated utilities’ return on assets for the purposes of setting prices. Outlines current position in NSW and other jurisdictions.
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.
IPART last made a determination of the maximum prices for valuation services in 1995. These prices applied from 1 July 1996.
The rate at which water supplies can be reliably extracted from Sydney’s catchments on a permanent basis without worsening the in-stream environment is known as the sustainable yield. It is difficult to estimate with precision.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) has called for AGLGN to offer customers bigger price cuts through a lower rate of return, and a reduction in its proposed capital and operating expenditure on its network over the next
Outlines key issues for Tribunal’s review of prices charged by Sydney Catchment Authority, Sydney Water, Hunter Water, Gosford Council, and Wyong Council.
The Tribunal has now received submissions from the NSW Taxi Council and the Bus and Coach Association.Submissions from other stakeholders are now invited on the fare proposal put forward by the Taxi Council and the Bus and Coach Association.