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
This report considers the benefits of treating water to the level implied by the adoption of the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines in the operating licence. This report was an input to our cost benefit analysis.
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.
This is not the current Audit Guideline.The Audit Guideline – Public Water Utilities sets out IPART’s expectations regarding the conduct of operational audits and provides a guide for both auditors and public water utilities (PWUs).
The Audit Guideline – Public Water Utilities sets out IPART’s expectations regarding the conduct of operational audits and provides a guide for both auditors and public water utilities (PWUs).
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.
Consultant Report on Hunter Water’s Operating and Capital Expenditure, by WS Atkins International in association with Cardno.
IPART engaged the consultancy firm Aither to review the current approach to allocating WaterNSW and WAMC’s costs between customers and the NSW government.
Superseded.Use these Guidelines for Greenfield Schemes.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.
This study has been prepared to assist the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) assess the efficient costs of local councils providing development control services, particularly the processing of Development Applications (DAs