DP24In June 1996, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) determined the price path for charges by Sydney Water Corporation (SWC) and Hunter Water Corporation (HWC) for water, sewerage and drainage services for the four year period
IPART is seeking submissions from interested parties on its annual audit of Sydney Water Corporation, Hunter Water Corporation, Sydney Catchment Authority and State Water Corporation.
In December 1997, the Premier, under section 12(1)(a) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act, referred to the Tribunal a review of Sydney Water Corporation’s stormwater charges and expenditures.
The purpose of the Public Water Utility Audit Guideline is to provide a framework to help auditors to conduct operational audits of public water utilities efficiently and effectively.
IPART invites submissions from interested parties on Discovery Point Water Pty Ltd's application for a network operator's licence under the Water Industry Competition Act 2006.
Successful applicants are required to execute the Technical Services and Water Licensing Audit Panel Agreement (the Panel Agreement) prior to appointment to the Panel. The Panel Agreement is the contract between IPART and a Panel member.
IPART is conducting an end of term review of State Water Corporation's Operating Licence. IPART is seeking submissions on the draft operating licence, reporting manual and cost benefit analysis for this review.
This report provides local councils with guidelines for the setting of fees for contestable services. Traditionally, five types of services have been provided solely by local councils which will now be opened up to competition.
Superseded.Use these Guidelines for Greenfield Schemes. Greenfield schemes are those that use new infrastructure. .
Complete this application form to apply for a Network Operator’s and /or Retail Supplier’s Licence under the Water Industry Competition Act 2006 (NSW).If you are considering applying for a WICA licence, we strongly suggest you contact the Water Re
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has set the Rate Peg for 2014/15 at 2.3%. The rate peg determines the maximum allowable percentage increase in general income (mainly rates income) for most local councils in NSW.