Proposal to grant a variation of appointment to Independent Water Networks Limited to enable it to provide water services to a site called Throckley North, in Newcastle upon Tyne

Proposal to grant a variation of appointment to Independent Water Networks Limited to enable it to provide water services to a site called Throckley North, in Newcastle upon Tyne

Published date: May 15, 2018
Closing date: Wednesday June 13th, 2018 5:00pm

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About Consultation

We propose granting a variation of appointment to Independent Water Networks Limited as a water company and varying the appointment of Northumbrian Water Services Limited as a water company. This notice is a consultation on this proposal under section 8(3) of the Water Industry Act 1991.

IWN has applied for a variation to its appointment to be able to provide water services to a site called Throckley North, in Newcastle upon Tyne.  The Site is a new development of 580 household customers and one commercial customer. Outline planning permission was granted in March 2017. IWN has advised that the Site is likely to be fully built out by 2025. The Site is within the water supply area of NES, a Site map can be viewed in section 8 of this document. IWN plans to provide water services by way of a bulk supply agreement with NES.

Any person who wishes to make representations or objections with respect to the application should do so by completing the web form below.

Representations must be received by Ofwat no later than 17.00 hours on 13 June 2018.

Throckley North consultation

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