One of the major issues for the next Sydney Water price determination is whetherthere is a continuing water scarcity issue and if so, whether this is best addressed byrestrictions or whether a scarcity pricing mechanism may deliver the same result
The results of our public survey regarding our draft decisions on prices Central Coast Council can charge for water, wastewater and stormwater 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.
In 2011, IPART released an information paper to assist stakeholders in making submissions to IPART price reviews.
During March 1996 the Tribunal released its determination on electricity prices, establishing separate revenue paths for the network and retail supply business of the distributors for three years to June 1999.
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
This information paper provides further information about our decisions on SDP’s maximum prices over the 2017 determination period.
This Information Paper provides an outline of IPART’s review of the inflation factor in industry price determinations and the reasons why it intends to adopt a ‘through-the-year’ method to measure general price inflation for future industry price
The NSW Government asked IPART to conduct a review into bulk water charges to be completed by 15 August 2012. The full terms of reference is available from IPART’s website (www.ipart.nsw.gov.au).
This working paper presents the results of a statistical analysis to estimate the key determinants of residential water demand from data collected as part of the 2003 household survey.
In 2010, IPART released an information paper setting out our views at the time on how different types of affordability concerns for utility services and public transport could be addressed.
This information paper provides further information about our draft decisions on SDP’s maximum prices over the 2017 determination period.