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New clause 1: New Water and Sewerage Authorities (17 May 1994)

No. 1, a new schedule-'Water and Sewerage Areas'— Water or Sewerage Area Area by reference to existing or former administrative areas Borders Water Area Borders Region Borders Sewerage Area Borders Region Central Scotland Water Area Central Region The former county of Kinross Central Scotland Sewerage Area Central Region Dumfries and Galloway Water Area Dumfries and Galloway...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Sewers (3 Dec 2007)

Phil Woolas: Ofwat does not issue guidelines on the design of foul sewerage systems. This is a matter for individual water and sewerage companies. Design standards for developers constructing new sewers are produced by the water and sewerage industry itself. Foul sewerage systems do not carry storm water and are not therefore designed for frequency of storm events. Ofwat and local authorities will be...

Public Bill Committee: Water Bill: New Clause 43 - Interim duty: sewerage services (17 Dec 2013)

‘After section 110I of the Water Industry Act 1991 (as inserted by section 9) there is inserted— 110J  Provision by sewerage licensee ‘(1) The owner or occupier of any premises may serve a notice on a sewerage undertaker— (a) informing the undertaker that sewerage services to the premises are to be provided by a sewerage licensee, and (b) specifying the time after which the...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Sustainable Development (Government Estate) (5 Jul 2004)

Bill Rammell: The information requested about the cost of electricity and water and sewerage services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1997–98 and 1998–99 could be provided only at disproportionate cost. The information requested about the cost of electricity and water and sewerage services from 1999 onwards is as follows: £ Electricity Water/sewerage 1999–2000 998,485 47,906 ...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Water Charges (16 Jul 2009)

Huw Irranca-Davies: Ofwat, the economic regulator of the water and sewerage sector in England and Wales, does not hold data for the average metered and unmetered water and sewerage bills broken down by month and region. The following table sets out the average annual bills for 2007-08 in 2009-10 prices. Information on 2009-10 water and sewerage bills is available from the Ofwat website at: www.ofwat.gov.uk ...

Orders of the Day — Public Health (Water and Sewerage) (Scotland) Bill. (2 Jul 1935)

Mr George Buchanan: I have no objection to the Bill passing, and I do not object to the principles contained in it, but I wish to ask a question with regard to sewerage disposal. The Secretary of State for Scotland knows that, particularly on the Clyde, there has been a good deal of controversy for a number of years because Glasgow, being a big city, has met its obligations with regard to sewerage disposal. I...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Domestic Water Bills (28 Nov 2006)

David Cairns: The unmeasured domestic water and sewerage charges to be introduced in Northern Ireland from 1 April 2007 will be made up of a standing charge and a variable element calculated on the basis of the property capital value as follows: Water Charge=(Water Standing Charge)+(Water capital value Rate)x(Property Capital Value) Sewerage Charge=(Sewerage Standing Charge)+(Sewerage capital value...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Mains Sewerage (11 Feb 2002)

Michael Meacher: holding answer 5 February 2002 It would not be practicable to set targets as it is largely a matter between householders and sewerage undertakers which has to be considered on a case-by-case basis. If their existing non mains drainage system is causing an environmental or amenity problem, householders can apply to the sewerage undertaker to provide mains sewerage, the cost of which would be...

Message from the Lords. (7 Jul 1931)

Also a Bill, intituled, "An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to the Ports-lade and Southwick Outfall Sewerage District and Seaton Burn Valley Joint Sewerage District." [Ministry of Health Provisional Orders Confirmation (Ports-lade and Southwick Outfall Sewerage District and Seaton Burn Valley Joint Sewerage District) Bill [Lords.]

Business of the House.: Message from the Lords. (1 Jul 1937)

And also, a Bill, intituled, "An Act to confirm a Provisional Order of the Minister of Health relating to the Rhymney Valley Sewerage District and Western Valleys (Monmouthshire) Sewerage District." [Ministry of Health Provisional Order Confirmation (Rhymney Valley Sewerage District and Western Valleys (Monmouthshire) Sewerage District) Bill [Lords.]

Rural Water Supplies and Sewerage Bill (22 Feb 1955)

Mr William Deedes: I have explained that, and the category of water and education. [Interruption.] The hon. and learned Member for Kettering asked me a question about sewerage. I have reassuring news for him, and to some extent for the hon. Member for Hamilton. It is true that until recently water schemes had tended to outstrip sewerage schemes. It is obvious why. The water schemes had to be given first...

Public Bill Committee: Flood and Water Management Bill (7 Jan 2010)

...authority manages those, but I do not think we are talking about those. What are really concerning are SUDS that are part of new housing or commercial developments. You are right that water and sewerage companies—rather than local authorities—which employ sewerage engineers have those skills and resources, so you could make that argument. As I said, some water and sewerage...

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Polesworth, Dordon and Warton Sewerage Scheme (11 Feb 1958)

...Welsh Affairs (1) what reply he has given to the request from the clerk of the Atherstone Rural District Council to receive a deputation on the subject of the proposed Polesworth, Dordon and Warton Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Scheme; (2) whether he has considered the letter from the clerk of the Atherstone Rural District Council stating that, in the view of the council, the Polesworth,...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (23 May 2006)

Rhona Brankin: Scottish Water is responsible for sewers which are part of the public sewerage network. The Sewerage (Scotland) Act 1968 makes provisions relating to sewerage in Scotland - section 16 of the act covers ownership of sewers. Scottish Water maintains records of the public sewerage system and would be happy to field any enquiries if you approach them with details of the location of the particular...

Water Bill: Schedule 7 — Further amendments (6 Jan 2014)

...36, page 195, line 18, at end insert— ‘80A In section 95B (publication of statistical information about complaints)— (a) in subsection (1), after “undertakers” there is inserted “or sewerage licensees”; (b) in subsection (2), after “undertakers” there is inserted “or sewerage licensees”.’. Amendment 37, page 195, line 18, at end insert— 80B (1) Section 96A...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Sewers/Drains (5 Apr 2005)

Elliot Morley: The Director General of Water Services sets price limits for the water and sewerage companies in England and Wales. He published his decisions on 2 December 2004. In arriving at his decisions he assessed the state of Companies' sewers to be 'stable'. 'Future water and sewerage charges 2005–10: Final determinations', which is available from the Library of the House of Commons, sets out for...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Water Supplies (5 Jun 2006)

David Cairns: From 1 April 2007 Northern Ireland's water and sewerage services will be provided by a Government-owned company, Northern Ireland Water Limited (NIWL). Self-financing arrangements will be introduced which will result in the full costs incurred in providing water and sewerage services being recovered from charges to customers. The comprehensive water and sewerage charging regime to be...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Water Charges (3 Mar 2011)

Richard Benyon: Ofwat has estimated the percentage of households that pay more than 3% of their income after housing costs on their water and sewerage bills. Estimates of the percentage of households that pay more than 3% of their total income before housing costs have been deducted on water and sewerage bills are not available. These estimates are only available by water and sewerage company area and by...

Public Bill Committee: Greater London Authority Bill: New Clause 6 (18 Jan 2007)

Ann Winterton: With this it will be convenient to discuss new clause 7—Water and sewerage strategy— ‘(1) In section 41 of the GLA Act 1999 in subsection (1) after paragraph (ef) insert— “(eg) the water and sewerage strategy prepared and published under section 361F below.” (2) In Part 9 of the GLA Act 1999 (environmental functions) after section 361E insert— “361F The water and sewerage...

Public Bill Committee: Greater London Authority Bill: New Clause 6 (23 Jan 2007)

Ann Winterton: I remind the Committee that with this it will be convenient to discuss new clause 7—Water and sewerage strategy— ‘(1) In section 41 of the GLA Act 1999 in subsection (1) after paragraph (ef) insert— “(eg) the water and sewerage strategy prepared and published under section 361F below.” (2) In Part 9 of the GLA Act 1999 (environmental functions) after section 361E insert— “361F...


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