The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has increased the maximum prices that can be charged by State Water Corporation and the Department of Infrastructure Planning and Natural Resources (DIPNR) for bulk water services.
The Tribunal has decided that Sydney Water’s overall revenue should increase in line with movements in the consumer price index (CPI) in each year of the determination period.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) has completed its 2002 review of metropolitan water businesses.
Explains findings and recommendation of RSM Brid Cameron's review of NSW Metropolitan Water Agencies and Miscellaneous Charges Price Proposals. This report forms a ket input to IPART's 2005 Determination of Metropolitan Water Agency Prices.
For this determination, the Tribunal has conducted an extensive public consultative process, reviewed all written submissions and held public hearings.
In 2000, the Tribunal made a medium term pricing determination for the Sydney Catchment Authority which expires on 30 June 2005. Consequently, the Tribunal is obliged to make a new determination for the period 1 July onwards.
Presents findings of IPART’s 2005 survey of household water attitudes in the Sydney, Hunter and Central Coast regions. Looks at the attitudes of residential water users to water price, price structures and water restrictions
OP16Presents findings and recommendations of GHD’s review of metropolitan water agencies’ trade waste pricing proposals, commissioned as part of the Tribunal’s 2003 water price review.
Explains findings and recommendation of MMA's review of the Metropolitan Water Agency consumption forecasts, commission as part of IPARTs 2005 Review of Metropolitan Water Agency Prices.
The Independent Pricing Tribunal of New South Wales (IPART) is currently carrying out a review of the Operating Licence of Sydney Water Corporation.