Further to our discussion last week, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) is pleased to make this brief submission on your above referenced Draft Report released on 15 September; and to annexe a copy of our joint paper with WSAA, titled Doing the important, as well as the urgent: Reforming the urban water sector, which develops the high level themes discussed herein.
We are pleased to make a submission to your Committee on the proposed abolition of the Limited Merits Review (LMR) regime, which provides oversight and review of the Australian Energy Regulator’s revenue
IPA welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Standing Committee’s Inquiry into the Australian Government’s role in the development of cities.
We write to thank the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development (DIRD) for the
opportunity to submit on the priorities for your above referenced freight inquiry.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australian (IPA) is pleased to provide the following feedback to the Australian Taxation Officer (ATO) on the draft Privatisation and Infrastructure Framework (the Framework).
IPA welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the Gas Market Reform Group’s (GMRG) ‘draft initial’ National Gas Rules.
IPA writes to thank the Senate Standing Committee on Economics for the opportunity to submit to
your inquiry on the operations of existing and proposed toll roads in Australia
IPA provides comments in relation to what constitutes control ("relevant control") for the purposes of Section 102N of Division 6C of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 ('ITAA36').
IPA writes to request commissioning an independent review into competition frameworks in the NSW water sector; and also to consider pausing the current (and overly limited) Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPA) review of wholesale water and wastewater pricing.
IPA provides feedback and recommendations on the Stapled Structures Consultation Paper released by the Treasury on Friday 24 March 2017
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) is pleased to provide input to the Productivity Commission's inquiry into National Water Reform, and specifically the Issues Paper released on 15 March. IPA's contribution to this Inquiry, will focus on the urban water sector.
IPA provides the following submission in response the recently released discussion paper 'Strengthening the national security of Australia's critical infrastructure'.