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Annual Report 2018-2019 Essential Services Commission of South Australia



Annual Report 2018-2019 Essential Services Commission of South Australia

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Essential Services Commission Notes to and forming part of the financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2019 17 4.2. Contributions from South Australian Government 2019 2018 $'000 $'000 Recurrent contribution from South Australian Government 421 576 Total contributions from South Australian Government 421 576 Contributions are recognised as revenues when the Commission obtains control over the funding. Control over contributions is normally obtained upon receipt. 4.3. Revenue from services 2019 2018 $'000 $'000 Contribution to rail regulatory costs by Northern Territory Government 26 110 Total revenue from services 26 110 4.4. Other income 2019 2018 $'000 $'000 Other income 75 13 Total other income 75 13 Includes salary reimbursement of $54 000 and overseas travel reimbursement of $20 000 in 2019. 5. Non-financial assets 5.1. Property, plant and equipment 2019 2018 $'000 $'000 Buildings fit-outs Building fit-outs at cost (deemed fair value) 566 566 Accumulated depreciation (355) (295) Total buildings fit-outs 211 271 Total property, plant and equipment 211 271 Property, plant and equipment with a value equal to or in excess of $10 000 is capitalised, otherwise it is expensed. Property plant and equipment is recorded at fair value. Detail about the Commission's approach to fair value is set out in note 10.2. Impairment Property, plant and equipment have not been assessed for impairment as they are non-cash generating assets, that are specialised in nature and held for continual use of their service capacity and are subject to regular revaluation.

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