IPART has outlined key issues in its review of recycled water and related services and seeks comment from stakeholders.
Outlines key issues for Tribunal’s review of prices charged by Sydney Catchment Authority, Sydney Water, Hunter Water, Gosford Council, and Wyong Council.
The aim of the Issues Paper is to assist stakeholders in making submissions. The paper explains how the price review will be undertaken, provides background information and outlines the issues on which the Tribunal particularly seeks comments.
This paper sets out key issues for our review of the maximum prices that Central Coast Council can charge for water, sewerage and related services from 1 July 2019.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of Essential Energy’s prices for water and sewerage services in Broken Hill, to apply from 1 July 2019.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is conducting a review of State Water Corporation’s Operating Licence, under Section 30 of the State Water Corporation Act 2004.The Tribunal has released an Issues Paper to provide relevant b
Minister’s approval for Narara Ecovillage Co-operative to bring new infrastructure into commercial operation – drinking water, sewerage services and recycled water.
Minister’s approval for Discovery Point Water Pty Ltd to bring new infrastructure into commercial operation – Drinking Water and Sewerage Services
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 Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (IPART) commenced its review of the delivered price of natural gas in Albury and Moama in August 1997.
Minister’s approval for Huntlee Water Pty Ltd to bring new infrastructure into commercial operation – recycled water.
The Treasurer of New South Wales has requested the Tribunal to review pricing of infrastructure services at the Perisher Range Resorts (‘Perisher’)1. The Tribunal’s task is set out in Attachment A.
IPART undertakes an annual audit of Hunter Water’s compliance with its Operating Licence. The 2016-17 audit was the fifth and final audit under the 2012-2017 Operating Licence.
IPART undertakes an annual audit of Sydney Water's compliance with its Operating Licence. The 2016-17 audit was the second audit under the current Sydney Water Operating Licence 2015-2020.
The 2003 - 2004 Operational Audit report of Hunter Water Corporation (HWC) provides an independent assessment of the Corporations performance against the terms of its Operating Licence as issued by the NSW Government for the 2003 - 2004 year.
Discusses key issues Tribunal will consider in relation to the role of the operating licences in managing the balance of supply and demand for water in the Sydney area, as part of its end-of-term review of these licences.
This Issues Paper explains our approach to review IPART performance indicators and seeks feedback from stakeholders.
This Issues Paper sets out IPART’s proposed approach for monitoring and reporting on the impacts of the NSW container deposit scheme on beverage prices and competition.
This Issues Paper sets out our approach to the review of the Valuer General’s charges to councils for valuation services from 1 July 2019.