The Tribunal has been given a reference by the Premier under Section 12(1) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992 to review of the pricing of water services and to determine the maximum price for water services supplied by the
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 determination is based on Sydney Water’s business plan with respect to current and anticipated water and wastewater quality requirements over the next four years.
As required by Section 11(1) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal has investigated proposals by Gosford City Council (a standing reference agency in Schedule 1 of the Act) for
As required by Section 11(1) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal has investigated proposals by Wyong Shire Council (a standing reference agency in Schedule 1 of the Act) for
The objective of the Tribunal’s review of pricing of public transport is to establish a framework for the pricing of public transport which will help transport agencies to meet the transport needs of the community.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal) is responsible for determining prices and advising the state Government on pricing policy for government monopoly services within the urban passenger network.
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
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal’s major inquiry into urban public passenger transport services has involved a comprehensive program of research and public consultations over the last year.
This Overview Report focuses on the major issues arising from the Tribunal’s inquiry into the pricing of public passenger transport. Five other Interim Reports are being released together with this Overview Report.
The survey is intended to assist the Tribunal in assessing the potential impact of changes in prices for utilities and public transport on households.
This determination is no longer in effect. Customer contributions towards the costs of augmentation of a distribution system are now regulated by the AER
CityRail operates suburban, outer suburban and regional services in Sydney, the Hunter, the Central Coast, the Blue Mountains, the Southern Highlands, Illawarra and the SouthCoast. (Section 1.1)
This report reviews the costs of providing bus and ferry transport services, and the elationship between cost recovery, fare structure and efficiency.
The NSW Government makes a substantial contribution to the funding of urban passenger public transport. This contribution is made up of capital funding, concession reimbursements and Community Service Obligation (CSO) payments to operators.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW is undertaking a review of the pricing policies for urban public passenger transport.