Results 141–160 of 4733 for sewerage

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water Industry (Schemes for Adoption of Private Sewers) Regulations 2011 (29 Oct 2020)

Rebecca Pow: Section 42 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 allows for the automatic adoption of private sewers for new developments by sewerage companies if implemented. The Government is currently reviewing the economic case for implementation of Section 42 and will take into account the lessons learnt from The Water Industry (Schemes of Adoption of Private Sewers) Regulations 2011, which...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 3) Bill: Second Stage (20 Oct 2020)

Conor Murphy: ...its biggest capital budget so far this year. It is up to the Department and the Minister to prioritise that capital budget. I do not disagree about the need for capital investment in water and sewerage infrastructure, but, of course, that is a decision for her. The Department has a capital budget of £558 million, which is by far the largest capital budget of any Department and represents...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Main Estimates 2020-21 and Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Estimates 2016-17 Statement of Excesses (19 Oct 2020)

Cathal Boylan: ...despite infrastructure having a vital role to play in connecting communities and driving balanced and sustainable economic growth. Infrastructure, such as trunk roads, rural roads and our water and sewerage system, is essential to everyday life and is a bedrock of the economy and society as a whole. Public and community transport help to tackle rural isolation and provide equal access to...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Waste Disposal (19 Oct 2020)

Rebecca Pow: Mains sewerage systems (operated by the Water and Sewerage Companies) cover around 95% of the population of England. Non-mains sewerage systems (including septic tanks or small private sewage treatment works) serve the remaining 5%. The then Department of Environment conducted a study in 1994 to estimate the number of properties not on mains drainage. It estimated that there were...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ministry of Defence: Private Finance Initiative (12 Oct 2020)

Jeremy Quin: ...services. October 2003 August 2022 303 Provision of Marine Services Provision of waterborne and associated support services. December 2007 December 2022 82.2 Tidworth Water & Sewerage Provision of water and sewerage services. September 1998 March 2023 1.3 RAF Lyneham Sewerage Provision of water and sewerage services. July 1998 August 2023 0.6 Attack Helicopters...

Planning and House Building (8 Oct 2020)

Bob Seely: ...demanded. The Isle of Wight Council and I are at one on that. Time prevents me from going into other reasons such as infrastructure, all of which are made worse by the Island’s electricity, sewerage, water supply and hospitals, which are under pressure. In 40 years, we have had a 50% increase in population, and we had have half a mile of dual carriageway, and some cash last year to...

Flooding: Staffordshire (7 Oct 2020)

Rebecca Pow: ...to reduce surface water where it impacts on drains. That links to the issue of who takes responsibility for what water, where and when. There seems to be a lot of angst about that, but the local sewerage network is the responsibility of the local water company. It is a risk management authority, and the Floods and Water Management Act 2010 sets out a duty to co-operate with other risk...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Schedule 2 - Services Exclusions (29 Sep 2020)

Ian Blackford: ...of State shouting, but it is his Bill and I suggest he reads it, because clauses 46 and 47 are very clear: powers over infrastructure, including “water, electricity, gas, telecommunications, sewerage or other services… railway facilities (including rolling stock), roads or other transport facilities… health, educational, cultural or sports facilities”. The Secretary of State can...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 1 - Purpose of Part 1 (22 Sep 2020)

Deidre Brock: ...it. Will free schools and academy schools be foisted on an unwilling Scottish populous? Will the power grab destroy Scotland’s consumer protections? The exemptions in schedule 1 include water and sewerage, to be sure, but clause 10 allows the Secretary of State to amend those exemptions by secondary legislation. Is this the back door to privatising Scottish Water? The Bill is a parade of...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 46 - Power to provide financial assistance for economic development etc (16 Sep 2020)

Paul Blomfield: ...; sports and cultural activities, projects, events and infrastructure; education and training activities and infrastructure; capital investment in water, electricity, gas, telecommunications, sewerage, railways, roads, transport, health, prisons, courts and housing. These are massive potential spending powers, yet we have no details of how they will be exercised, allowing Ministers to...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Waste Disposal (15 Sep 2020)

Rebecca Pow: ...at sewage treatment inlet works, storm tank overflows and storm overflows at pumping stations. As of 31 December 2019 the numbers of storm overflows and percentage monitored by each Water and Sewerage Company were: Company Total number of storm overflow discharges Number Monitored in 2019 (regulatory and non-regulatory) Percentage Monitored in 2019 (regulatory and non-regulatory)...

Scottish Parliament: Migration and Care Workers (15 Sep 2020)

Tom Arthur: ...local authority staff, third sector and social enterprise workers, farmers and agricultural workers, unpaid carers, and those working in haulage and logistics, energy, telecommunications, water and sewerage, supermarkets, security and many more occupations are the real wealth creators in society. Our social care workers are among those who work selflessly to keep the wheels of society...

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Chalk Streams (10 Sep 2020)

Rebecca Pow: ...is why a range of enforcement and sanction options are open to the Environment Agency, which we expect to be used wherever necessary. We also expect water companies to set out how they will manage sewerage discharges through drainage and wastewater management plans. However, I acknowledge that further action is necessary, particularly on sewage pollution and combined sewage outlets. I...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Recurring Flooding in the Newcastle Area (8 Sep 2020)

Emma Rogan: ...get back into the river, so the valves need to be raised; that could be done now. The culvert under Shimna Road has collapsed and the water backs up and has nowhere to go; that needs fixed now. The sewerage system in Newcastle mixes river water and sewage in the same system and that needs fixed now. Homeowners, businesses and schools are living in fear of the next storm, the next high tide...

Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (29 Jul 2020)

Baroness Randerson: ...ensure that the stability of existing structures is taken into account and updated where necessary, presumably via the building regulations, as well as load-bearing walls, design criteria, updating sewerage systems and electricity supply, and lots more. It is a spider’s web of problems. There will be ownership issues galore, and the local authority will have to cope with the impact of an...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Welsh Water (21 Jul 2020)

Rebecca Pow: This is a devolved matter and the responsibility for water and sewerage companies based either wholly or mainly in Wales lies with the Welsh Government. Welsh Water is licensed to operate as a water and sewerage company operating wholly or mainly in Wales, and its area of operation includes areas in England. It is therefore not for the UK Government to hold discussions with Ofwat regarding...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Standards (20 Jul 2020)

Rebecca Pow: ...by the Urban Waste Water Treatment (England and Wales) Regulations 1994. These regulations set standards for the collection, treatment and discharge of waste water and impose duties on water and sewerage companies to meet these standards. Compliance with the standards is regulated by the Environment Agency and any non-compliance is subject to enforcement action. The environmental programme...

Written Answers — Wales Office: Welsh Water (20 Jul 2020)

Simon Hart: Welsh Water is already required in law to provide all customers in England and Wales with the same levels of service. Responsibility for water and sewerage companies operating wholly or mainly in Wales is a devolved matter. The regulation of Welsh Water is therefore a matter for the Welsh Government. Section 48 of the Wales Act 2017, when commenced, will align Senedd Cymru/the Welsh...


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