Anglian water business plan pr1436

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There may be significant impacts in terms of investment or type of investment as a result of the metaldehyde ban. There is significant investment proposed in delivering the internal interconnection programme and therefore the company is required to propose an outcome delivery incentive in order to ensure customer protection for efficient delivery. The regulator had set out a number of required actions by companies categorised as either low-track or requiring significant scrutiny to address, the majority of which were required by 1 April The increase in expenditure is necessary and driven by demands related to significant growth, and climate change pressures. The Plan still proposes no dividends for Anglian Water shareholders throughout the period, unless the company outperforms the regulatory settlement. Our customers were clear that we should take action to increase resilience to these pressures now, rather than to wait. The company should provide a commitment to provide a detailed work programme by end August to assure Ofwat that the company will deliver appropriate drainage and wastewater management plans. The company should investigate and agree with the DWI the scale and timing of any potential changes compared to its submitted plans. The company should commit to demonstrating that its assessment of financial resilience extends beyond in its next Long-Term Viability Statement. Taking all of the issues into account, it is clear that it is essential we move ahead swiftly with this Plan which will provide the right platform for the sustainable future our region needs. Ofwat expects to receive evidence of customer support for outperformance payments, where proposed, and that the incentive rates proposed are reflective of customer valuations. Anglian Water — our Plan is the right one for customers, region and environment In documents submitted to the regulator yesterday, Anglian Water has restated its belief that its Plan is the right one for its customers, its region, and the environment, alongside responding to feedback from the regulator. Anglian Water said the recently announced Government ban on metaldehyde had also allowed the company to cut back on investment that previously proposed to treat water containing the pesticide. This gives us confidence that we are accurately reflecting the needs and priorities of the customers and communities we serve, whilst protecting and enhancing the natural environment. The programme should ensure that the company can prepare and consult on its first drainage and wastewater management plan no later than the summer of to enable revised plans to be prepared in early to inform PR24 business plans.

The company should provide a commitment to provide a detailed work programme by end August to assure Ofwat that the company will deliver appropriate drainage and wastewater management plans. Anglian Water — our Plan is the right one for customers, region and environment In documents submitted to the regulator yesterday, Anglian Water has restated its belief that its Plan is the right one for its customers, its region, and the environment, alongside responding to feedback from the regulator.

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Its costs in a number of enhancement areas where we have benchmark models, such as lead reduction, growth and metering are less efficient than its peers.

Anglian Water said the recently announced Government ban on metaldehyde had also allowed the company to cut back on investment that previously proposed to treat water containing the pesticide.

The Plan still proposes no dividends for Anglian Water shareholders throughout the period, unless the company outperforms the regulatory settlement.

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This gives us confidence that we are accurately reflecting the needs and priorities of the customers and communities we serve, whilst protecting and enhancing the natural environment. All of the companies apart from Anglian Water had proposed a performance commitment for those who are struggling to pay or are at risk of struggling to pay.

The company should investigate and agree with the DWI the scale and timing of any potential changes compared to its submitted plans.

The regulator had set out a number of required actions by companies categorised as either low-track or requiring significant scrutiny to address, the majority of which were required by 1 April The programme should ensure that the company can prepare and consult on its first drainage and wastewater management plan no later than the summer of to enable revised plans to be prepared in early to inform PR24 business plans.

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The company should provide a commitment to provide a detailed work programme by end August to assure Ofwat that the company will deliver appropriate drainage and wastewater management plans. All of the companies apart from Anglian Water had proposed a performance commitment for those who are struggling to pay or are at risk of struggling to pay. There is significant investment proposed in delivering the internal interconnection programme and therefore the company is required to propose an outcome delivery incentive in order to ensure customer protection for efficient delivery. Further actions Ofwat required Anglian Water to undertake by 1st April included: Anglian Water should propose a performance commitment relating to supporting customers that struggle to pay or who may be at risk of struggling to pay to help provide additional confidence that it will achieve its proposals. Anglian Water — our Plan is the right one for customers, region and environment In documents submitted to the regulator yesterday, Anglian Water has restated its belief that its Plan is the right one for its customers, its region, and the environment, alongside responding to feedback from the regulator. Our customers were clear that we should take action to increase resilience to these pressures now, rather than to wait. Its costs in a number of enhancement areas where we have benchmark models, such as lead reduction, growth and metering are less efficient than its peers. The company should ensure that its common and bespoke performance commitments associated with operational resilience are clearly defined, sufficiently demanding for AMP7 and the long term, and supported by the right incentives. For Direct Procurement for Customers DPC , the company is required to provide further evidence to support the decisions that determined why some schemes were not suitable for DPC.

Taking all of the issues into account, it is clear that it is essential we move ahead swiftly with this Plan which will provide the right platform for the sustainable future our region needs.

There may be significant impacts in terms of investment or type of investment as a result of the metaldehyde ban. The company should ensure that its common and bespoke performance commitments associated with operational resilience are clearly defined, sufficiently demanding for AMP7 and the long term, and supported by the right incentives.

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Both we and our customers expect nothing less. The company should commit to demonstrating that its assessment of financial resilience extends beyond in its next Long-Term Viability Statement. The company should provide a commitment to provide a detailed work programme by end August to assure Ofwat that the company will deliver appropriate drainage and wastewater management plans. Anglian Water — our Plan is the right one for customers, region and environment In documents submitted to the regulator yesterday, Anglian Water has restated its belief that its Plan is the right one for its customers, its region, and the environment, alongside responding to feedback from the regulator. There is significant investment proposed in delivering the internal interconnection programme and therefore the company is required to propose an outcome delivery incentive in order to ensure customer protection for efficient delivery. Its costs in a number of enhancement areas where we have benchmark models, such as lead reduction, growth and metering are less efficient than its peers. The company should explain how it will work together with neighbouring companies to explore strategic water resource options and knowledge sharing on demand-side measures with regional planning groups. Further actions Ofwat required Anglian Water to undertake by 1st April included: Anglian Water should propose a performance commitment relating to supporting customers that struggle to pay or who may be at risk of struggling to pay to help provide additional confidence that it will achieve its proposals.
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