Our monthly look at the questions in the CON29DW examines how properties are billed.
The basis of charging is covered by question 4.4 of the CON29DW, which reads “What is the current basis for charging for sewerage and water services at the property?”
What this means, simply, is whether a property is billed on what is known as a measured or unmeasured basis.
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Our series examining the questions in the CON29DW looks at which companies bill properties for different services.
Question 4.2 of the CON29DW ask “Who bills the property for sewerage services?” The following question, 4.3 asks the same of water services. Continue reading “The CON29DW Explained – billing for water and sewerage services”
Our monthly look at the questions in the CON29DW moves onto section 4 – charging – with a look at the suppliers of sewerage and water services.
Question 4.1 of the CON29DW is split into two sections, 4.1.1, which asks “who is responsible for providing the sewerage services at the property?” and 4.1.2, which asks the same for water services.
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Our series on issues around the CON29DW looks at a rare but potentially serious situation.
Although public sewers within property boundaries are common, it is relatively unusual for a water main to pass through private land.
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Our series looking at the information in the CON29DW moves onto those questions dealing with water supply.
So far in this series we’ve looked at the questions in the CON29DW that deal with drainage. But the search also deals with the water supply to properties, and there are six questions dealing with potential issues around this area.
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