This factsheet provides a summary of our draft decisions on the water usage prices for the Sydney Water review, to apply from 1 July 2020. It presents draft prices and the key draft decisions.
This Fact Sheet provides important information for consumers and other stakeholders on our Issues Paper to the Hunter Water price review.
This Fact Sheet provides important information for consumers on our Issues Paper to the Sydney Water price review.
This Fact Sheet provides summary information for industry stakeholders on the Issues Paper to the Sydney Water price review.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues for our review of the prices that the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation (WAMC) can charge for providing water management services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
This Fact Sheet outlines how you can have your say about Sydney Water's prices from 1 July 2015.
This Fact Sheet outlines how you can have you say about Hunter Water Corporation's prices from 1 July 2016.
This pricing model sets out the approach, input values and calculations we used in our decisions for 2020-21 period. Although we did not update charges in 2020-21, we present what charges would have been if they were updated.
IPART engaged the consultancy firm Cardno to review Sydney Water’s Developer Direct services. This report presents its analysis and recommendations.
IPART engaged consultants Frontier Economics to review CCC Water’s proposed expenditure over the 2022 determination period. This report presents its final analysis and recommendations.
IPART engaged consultants R & L McLeod Holdings Pty Ltd to review CCC Water’s proposed fixed asset register and asset lives to determine the depreciation expenditure for the 2022 determination period.
WaterNSW has proposed we set prices for 1 year only, from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022. This Fact Sheet sets out the key issues relating to the determination period and provides context for stakeholders.
This fact sheet sets out prices regulated by IPART to apply from 1 July 2015 for water management services provided by the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation (WAMC).
This fact sheet sets out the charges that are regulated by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) that will apply from 1 July 2015 to NSW Office of Water (NOW) and WaterNSW (Rural) (formerly State Water) customers.
IPART has made draft decisions that would increase the typical household bill for Central Coast Council water customers.
This fact sheet sets out prices regulated by IPART to apply from 1 July 2015 to groundwater entitlement holders for management services provided by the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation (WAMC).
This Fact Sheet summarises water and sewerage prices, regulated by IPART, commencing on 1 July 2015 for Sydney Water, Hunter Water, Gosford City Council, Wyong Shire Council, and Essential Water customers.
Our 2018 determination and final report on maximum prices to connect, extend or upgrade a service for metropolitan water agencies set out a formula for calculating developer charges: