Final report on the prices that Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council can charge for providing water, sewerage, stormwater drainage, trade waste and other ancillary and miscellaneous services from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2017, released 14 Ma
Final report on the maximum prices that Hunter Water can charge for providing water, sewerage, stormwater drainage, trade waste and other ancillary and miscellaneous services from1 July 2013 to 30 June 2017, released 11 June 2013.
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
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.
IPART is responsible for regulating retail gas prices for around 28% of residential and small business customers in NSW.
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.
This final report sets out our final decisions on regulated retail electricity prices in NSW from 1 July 2013, and explains how we reached those decisions.
Superseded.Use these Guidelines for Greenfield Schemes.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 Liquor and Registered Clubs Legislation Amendment (Community Partnership) Act (1998) required the Government to initiate an independent inquiry into the social impacts of gaming.
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.
Under section 12A of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992, the Premier asked the Tribunal to review the application of benchmarking to local government in New South Wales (NSW).