This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that Hunter Water can charge for providing water, sewerage, stormwater, and other services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that Sydney Water can charge for providing water, wastewater, stormwater, and other services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
Outlines issues to be considered in setting maximum prices for water services from 2003 to 2005, including incentives for improved service quality and agencies’ revenue requirements. Outlines review and decision-making process.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues for our review of the maximum prices that the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation (WAMC) can charge for providing water management services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
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.
Discussion paper for Perisher Round-table held on 16 March 2005. Focuses on roads, solid waste, water supply, pricing principles and revenue options.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that WaterNSW can charge its customers for providing bulk water supply and other services in the Greater Sydney area, to apply from 1 July 2016.
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
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.
The draft operating licence outlines the proposed conditions we may recommend to the Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water to be included in Sydney Water’s new operating licence.
Sydney Catchment Authority (SCA) is a Statutory Corporation representing the Crown, wholly owned by the NSW Government. Its primary role is to provide bulk water supply services for the benefit of Sydney and surrounding urban areas.
Outlines the process, context and key issues for Tribunal's review to determine in detail the regulatory arrangements to NSW DNSPs from 1 July 2004, undertaken as part of the 2004 price review.
Preliminary review in 2001. Extensive review from January 2002 under section 9(1)b of IPART Act 1992. Provides industry background and reviews regulatory framework, approaches to price regulation, fare levels and structure, and service quality.