Scottish Water Service Level Agreement
Part 1: Connection of individual premises to a water pipe or sewer. Part 2: Water pipes and sewers that connect developments, for example. B a road of houses with basic networks and regular canals and some sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS). Part 3: Local bulk infrastructure, such as basic pipes and canals, water supply tanks, wastewater pumping systems and some SUDS. Part 4: Strategic assets such as raw water catchments, water basins, raw water pumping stations and aqueducts, as well as water and wastewater treatment facilities. In points (d) and (e) of paragraph 2, the term `priority substances` shall have the same meaning as in Directive 2000/60 l/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy, as amended from time to time. In particular, Scottish Water needs to work with other stakeholders to identify and monitor opportunities for more innovative and sustainable ways of delivering services. These values are checked annually by our regulator, the Water Industry Commissions (WICS). The maximum contribution value for new national sanitation infrastructures adopted is up to * 1922.04 per house.
The maximum contribution value for new domestic hydroactive infrastructure is up to * 1655.33 per house. (*Situation on 1 April 2019) Please note that a reasonable cost is calculated for each development project at the technical audit stage. The agreed amount may vary at any level depending on the result of the calculation up to the maximum contribution rate indicated. When evaluating development budgets, do not assume that your development is eligible for the maximum contribution per property. In particular, compliance with the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003, the Marine Strategy Regulations 2010, the Bathing Waters (Scotland) Regulations 2008 and urban Wastewater Treatment (Scotland) Regulations 1994, Scottish Water:a) must reduce the impact of its discharges, withdrawals and thaws in order to contribute to the achievement of environmental objectives for waters and protected areas; included in each management of the associated river zones. Plan and do so in accordance with any programme of measures to be implemented to achieve these objectives, including: Scottish Water must ensure an appropriate level of physical security in accordance with the standards of the security services agreed with the Scottish Ministers. Scottish Water has to deal with the environmental risk associated with sewage sludge historically stored at wastewater and water treatment sites, in accordance with SEPA. . . .