Case Studies

The Inspectorate has published a number of Case Studies to illustrate the range and scope of the situations that can arise in the risk management of private supplies:

 A full list of Case Studies can be obtained in the Private Water Supplies Case Study Index

Case Studies: Regulation 8 Supplies

A Regulation 8 supply is one where the water originates from a public mains supply and is then further distributed by a person other than the water undertaker or licensed water supplier. A number of case studies are available.

Court Case/Appeals

Whilst a relevant person has a legal obligation to comply with the requirements set out in any notice served on them, the legislation does however make provision for a relevant person(s) to appeal. An appeal to a Regulation 18 Notice is heard in front of a magistrate and a Section 80 appeal is referred to The Secretary of State (in reality the Chief Inspector of The Inspectorate) for him to confirm (or not), with or without modification.

A number of case studies are available to assist local authorities in ensuring Notices served are complied with.

 

 

Page reviewed: 13 February 2019
Page modified: 13 February 2019

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