The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART, formerly known as the Government Pricing Tribunal) has examined the feasibility of establishing a consistent set of pricing principles for local water authorities in New South Wales.
The Tribunal has spent the past nine months researching, reading submissions and holding public hearings to gather information for this interim report on charges for bulk water services.The report is the first step towards reforming the pricing of
This draft determination indicates the Tribunals views on maximum prices for bulk water services to apply from 1 July 1997.
Explains draft determination on maximum prices the Department of Land and Water Conservation can charge for services related to delivery of bulk water to farmers, irrigators, industrial users and town water suppliers.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW proposes to increase maximum prices that can be charged by Hunter Water for water, wastewater and drainage services
The Tribunal regulates the prices of bulk water extracted from regulated rivers, unregulated rivers and groundwater sources. The Tribunal has undertaken a review of prices to take effect from August 2006.
Outlines draft finding on water, sewerage and stormwater prices for Sydney Water Corporation covering the period from 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2012.
This draft report and determination set out the Tribunals draft findings on maximum prices for water sewerage and stormwater services that Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council may charge for the period commencing 1 July 2009 and concluding
Outlines draft findings of the Tribunal on maximum prices for water, wastewater and stormwater services for Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council for the period from 1 July 2006 to 30 June 2009.
IPART's 1993 review of pricing policies for water and related services provided by Sydney Water, Hunter Water Corporation, Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council.
The Voluntary transitional Pricing Arrangements set limits on increases to tariffs and charges for small retail customers who have not chosen to enter a negotiated contract.
These Voluntray Transitional Pricing Arrangements set limits on increases to tariffs and charges for small retail customers who have not chosen to enter a negotiated contract.
In December 1997, the Premier, under section 12(1)(a) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act, referred to the Tribunal a review of Sydney Water Corporation’s stormwater charges and expenditures.
These Voluntary Transitional Pricing Arrangements set limits on increases to tariffs and charges for small retail customers who have not chosen to enter a negotiated contract
Sets out the voluntary pricing principles that the Tribunal and ActewAGL have agreed ActewAGL will use when setting gas charges for small customers in the Shoalhaven local government area for the period 1 November 2002 to 30 June 2004.
In many of our price reviews we conduct a financeability test to assess the implications of our price determinations for the financial sustainability of a utility.
In May 1995, the Premier requested the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (formerly the Government Pricing Tribunal of NSW) to undertake a review of the pricing policies of the Waste Recycling and Processing Service of NSW (Waste Service