Proposal by Ofwat to modify the standard licence conditions that will apply to SEW, if SEW is granted a retail sewerage licence

Proposal by Ofwat to modify the standard licence conditions that will apply to SEW, if SEW is granted a retail sewerage licence

Published date: October 17, 2016
Closing date: Monday November 14th, 2016 5:00pm

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About Consultation

South East Water Limited (SEW) has applied for a retail sewerage licence (WSSL). Ofwat has decided in principle to grant the WSSL to SEW.

This document provides an opportunity for interested stakeholders to comment on the proposal by Ofwat to modify the standard licence conditions that will apply to SEW.

We welcome responses to this consultation by 14 November 2016. You can respond to this consultation by email, by post or by completing the response form below.

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Proposal to modify the standard licence conditions that will apply to SEW, if SEW is granted a sewerage licence

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