IPART is seeking feedback on its draft decisions on the prices that the Central Coast Council as a Water Supply Authority (CCC Water) can charge for its water, wastewater and other water-related services.

IPART has released its Draft Report on 15 March 2022. Its draft decisions recognise the need to invest in quality water services in the Central Coast. These draft decisions are accompanied by a focus on improvements to CCC Water’s performance and accountability for that performance.

Under IPART’s draft prices, the combined annual bill for a typical household would increase by around $200 on 1 July 2022. The bill would then increase by around $49 a year, before inflation, until 2025-26.

IPART considers it is crucial that CCC Water is transparent about how it spends the money and how it would improve its services to the community. IPART is seeking feedback from the community on how CCC Water could be held to account by providing better information to the community.

Tell us what you think

You can have your say by completing the survey below or making a submission by 14 April 2022. To help you respond, you can read IPART's Draft Report.

You can also participate in an online public hearing which will be held on 5 April 2022. Register to participate in the hearing.

IPART will consider all comments made through submissions, survey and at the public hearing before releasing a Final Report on May 2022.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement is now closed. Thank you to participants for providing your input.

News feed

Complete a survey

Make a submission

CLOSED: This engagement is now closed.

You can make a submission via IPART’s website (External link)(External link).