Reforming Urban Water: A national pathway for change

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Reforming Urban Water: A national pathway for change is the fourth paper of Infrastructure Australia's Reform Series advising governments and regulators to make fundamental changes to the governance and regulation of Australia's urban water markets. The paper shows that without action a typical residential water and sewerage bill could be higher than $2,500 in today's money by 2040.

The paper calls on Australian governments to get on with the job of bringing urban water policy, regulation and governance up to speed so that it can meet the changing needs of Australians in the twenty-first century.

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  • Reforming Urban Water: A national pathway for change PDF: 5472 KB ReadSpeaker
  • Aither - Urban water sector: future cost and affordability analysis PDF: 1104 KB ReadSpeaker
  • Aither - Urban water pricing reform PDF: 1452 KB ReadSpeaker
  • Frontier Economics & ARUP - Urban water regulation reform PDF: 2704 KB ReadSpeaker

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Publication Information

Title: Reforming Urban Water: A national pathway for change

Content Type: Publications

Date published: December 2017

State: All

Sector: Cities; Water;

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