Private distribution systems - Monitoring and charges

How are Private Distribution Systems monitored?

We are required to identify private distribution systems in the district (by the end of 2014) and to carry out a risk assessment on the pipes, storage tanks etc. which join the buildings (before 31 December 2014). Monitoring will then be undertaken to check that measures are in place to ensure the water is safe.

The risk assessment will determine the frequency of monitoring which will take into account the nature of the distribution system, number and types of premises served.

Our Charges

Local Authorities are permitted to charge for risk assessments up to statutory maximum in the Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009. From 1 April 2019 our charge is

  • £42 per hour
  • £25 per sample (small domestic supplies which serve more than a single user)

If you would like further information or if you believe you have management responsibility for a Private Distribution System or if you believe your property is served by this type of supply please complete an Make an Environmental Health Enquiry.

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

How are Private Distribution Systems monitored?

We are required to identify private distribution systems in the district (by the end of 2014) and to carry out a risk assessment on the pipes, storage tanks etc. which join the buildings (before 31 December 2014). Monitoring will then be undertaken to check that measures are in place to ensure the water is safe.

The risk assessment will determine the frequency of monitoring which will take into account the nature of the distribution system, number and types of premises served.

Our Charges

Local Authorities are permitted to charge for risk assessments up to statutory maximum in the Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009. From 1 April 2019 our charge is

  • £42 per hour
  • £25 per sample (small domestic supplies which serve more than a single user)

If you would like further information or if you believe you have management responsibility for a Private Distribution System or if you believe your property is served by this type of supply please complete an Make an Environmental Health Enquiry.


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

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