This media release provides information about NSW councils that have notified IPART of their intention to apply for a special rate variation or minimum rate increase for 2021-22.
This fact sheet provides an update of the discount rate for use in net present value (NPV) models for contributions plans based on historical data to the end of January 2020.
This fact sheet provides an update of the discount rate for use in net present value (NPV) models for contributions plans based on historical data to the end of July 2020.
The Office of Local Government (OLG) establishes guidelines for applying for Minimum Rate Increase. These guidelines set the criteria against which applications will be assessed.
The Premier has provided IPART with a Terms of Reference for IPART to review the current local government rate pegging system to consider population growth.
Lismore City Council has applied to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) to increase its general revenue above the rate peg in 2020-21.
IPART has finalised its assessment of Wollongong City Council’s contributions plan for the West Dapto Urban Release Area.
IPART is seeking comments on draft recommendations to reduce the amounts developers of the North Kellyville Precinct would pay to The Hills Shire Council for local infrastructure.
IPART is seeking comment on draft recommendations from its review of the amounts that Wollongong City Council can charge developers in the West Dapto Urban Release Area.
On 21 April, IPART received a letter from Lismore City Council notifying us that it had resolved to withdraw its special variation application
This fact sheet outlines the special variation application made by Lismore City Council to IPART for 2020-21, our assessment process, and the process for public submissions.
IPART is seeking feedback on its Discussion Paper on domestic waste management charges levied by local councils.
IPART has decided not to set a limit on percentage variations for annual domestic waste management (DWM) charges made by local councils for 2021-22. This is in line with our decisions on DWM charges to date.
IPART is currently reviewing domestic waste management (DWM) charges levied by NSW local councils.