Not Just Water Working with our regulator — consultation responses The Water Services Regulation Authority, also known as Ofwat, is the water industry economic regulator.
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It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. Detail of outcome A summary of consultation responses and possible changes we will make. Detail of feedback received The summary of consultation responses document sets out the engagement and consultation process and how stakeholders and the general public responded to the questions in the consultation.
Original consultation The Environment Agency wants your views on the new water resources management plan guidelines. This consultation ran from midday on 16 November to 7pm on 8 January Consultation description The Environment Agency is consulting on the new technical guidelines for water companies to follow when writing their water resources management plans.
We want to hear your thoughts, comments and opinions on this guidance. The guidance is for water companies in England and Wales. It sets out a technical framework for water companies to follow when developing and presenting their water resources management plans.
This consultation is relevant to anyone working on, or who has an interest in water company water resources planning.
This includes water companies, national and local government, non-government organisations, other regulators, consultants, academic institutions, individuals and community groups, and potential third party suppliers of water.Ofwat methodology consultation August and how much its business plan reflects this (ie the role described in its ‘Customer The role of CCGs is clearly very important to the PR19 process and there are four things that Ofwat should usefully do to enhance the transparency of the CCG role.
About Consultation. This document consults on our methodology for the price review (PR19) for the water and wastewater monopoly service providers in England and Wales..
The methodology sets out: our expectations and requirements for companies preparing their business plans to meet the needs of their customers from to and beyond;.
About Consultation. In the implementation letter to Chief Executive Officers of licenced water and wastewater, and water only companies in England and Wales, dated 13 April , we set out a programme of work to rebuild trust and confidence in the water sector.. This document sets out our proposals to make targeted amendments to, and clarifications of, the methodology for the PR19 price.
Search the Ofwat site. Home Five-year business plan ; Forward programme ; Go back Our performance Consultation under section 13 of the Water Industry Act on proposed modification to simplify various conditions of all undertakers' licences.
Water companies are contributing expertise, perspectives and research to inform the debate on the future of water.
The economic value of our bioresources assets. In April Ofwat asked Water and Sewerage Companies (WaSCs) to estimate the economic value of their bioresources assets in preparation for a separate bioresources price control from April