The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) is reviewing prices Essential Water can charge customers in Broken Hill and surrounding communities for water and sewerage services from 1 July 2022.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) is reviewing prices Water NSW can charge for operating and maintaining the Murray River to Broken Hill pipeline from 1 July 2022.
Agenda for the Online public hearing held on 26 October 2021 for our review of the maximum prices Central Coast Council can charge for its water, wastewater, stormwater and other related services.
Outlines key issues for Tribunal's review of prices charged by Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council. The review will set the prices each agency can charge for water, wastewater and stormwater services from 1 July 2006.
This paper discusses the pricing principles that could apply to the provision of backlog sewerage services and the key issues affecting the price determination for four priority sewer backlog areas in Sydney Water’s Operational Area.
Discussion paper for Perisher Round-table held on 16 March 2005. Focuses on roads, solid waste, water supply, pricing principles and revenue options.
Outlines key issues for the Tribunal's review of pricing arrangements for backlog sewerage services for Gosford City Council. The review will set prices for the provision of backlog sewerage services in Gosford from 1 July 2006
On 16 June 1998, Bob Carr, Premier of New South Wales, issued a Special Reference on Electricity to the Tribunal under Section 12A of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992.
The Issues Paper outlines the amendments Hunter Water has proposed to it's Customer Contract. It also explains how IPART's review of Hunter Water's Customer Contract will be undertaken.
In keeping with commitments made in 1994 by the Council of Australian Governments, the NSW Government is introducing competition into the supply of natural gas.
In keeping with commitments made in 1994 by the Council of Australian Governments (CoAG), the NSW Government is introducing competition into the supply of natural gas.