The following should all have their own, totally independent, metered water supply pipes connected directly to our network:
- Newly developed properties that are capable of separate occupation.
- Every part (e.g. flat or commercial unit) of a newly converted property that is capable of separate occupation.
- Separately occupied parcels of land created by the recent sale of sections of a larger premise. Properties or water fittings (e.g. animal troughs) on either side of the boundary cannot, therefore, remain on the same supply after the sale.
If you are involved in the design or construction of high-rise flats, or other properties where a communal pumped system is required, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss metering arrangements for the supplies.
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