This technical paper explains how we forecast demand for CCC Water’s services to determine prices for water, wastewater and other related services.
This information paper sets out our decisions on water, wastewater and stormwater prices. It explains how we set prices and key factors we considered in making our decisions including the bill impacts on different customer types
This technical paper explains how we set prices for CCC Water’s trade waste, miscellaneous and ancillary services.
This information paper sets out our decisions on CCC Water’s efficient operating and capital costs. These efficient costs underpin the prices we set for CCC Water’s water, wastewater and other services from 1 July 2022.
The results of our public survey regarding our draft decisions on prices Central Coast Council can charge for water, wastewater and stormwater services.
This information paper sets out our recommendations to improve CCC Water’s performance and to hold it accountable.
This technical paper explains the regulatory background that CCC Water operates in and provides recent context to its operating environment.
This technical paper explains how we set the revenue required for CCC Water to deliver water, wastewater and other related services.
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
IPART is reviewing the way we set prices, and recommend licence conditions, for the monopoly water businesses we regulate. This report sets out – and seeks stakeholder feedback on – our proposed focus areas and timetable for the review.
Information paper for our workshop session at the online public hearing on Tuesday 5 April 2022 for our review of the maximum prices that the Central Coast Council as a Water Supply Authority can charge for its water, wastewater and other related
In 2011, IPART released an information paper to assist stakeholders in making submissions to IPART price reviews.
This information paper provides further information about our draft decisions on SDP’s maximum prices over the 2017 determination period.
We are presently consulting on our draft report on our Water Regulatory Framework. This package of reforms includes simplifications to the modelling work that supports our price assessments. As part of this review we are reviewing the way utilit
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is responsible for setting the rate peg each year. For 2013/14, we have set the rate peg at 3.4%.