Water retail licence application for exemption - Adelaide Hills Berry Farm
- Project Released: 9 May 2016
- Project Closes: Feb 2017
- Contact: Julie Dixon
The Commission has received an application from Adelaide Hills Berry
Farm Pty Ltd (Adelaide Hills Berry Farm) for an exemption from the
requirement to hold a water retail licence under the Water Industry Act
2012. Adelaide Hills Berry Farm provides a non-potable water service to
residential and non-residential customers in Uraidla.
Current status is Final
On 9 May 2016, Adelaide Hills Berry Farms Pty Ltd applied to the Commission for an exemption from the requirement to hold a water retail licence under the Water Industry Act 2012 (the Act). Adelaide Hills Berry Farms Pty Ltd provides non-potable water services to residential and non-residential customers in Uraidla.
The Commission undertook a round of public consultation in relation to the application and received one submission.
The Commission has assessed the application against the relevant provisions of the Water Industry Act 2012 and the Essential Services Commission Act 2002 (as they apply to the Commission's role as an economic regulator of the South Australian water and sewerage service industries) and determined that all relevant criteria had been satisfied.
The exemption from the requirement to hold a water retail licence was approved on 22 December 2016, for a 3 year period ending 31 December 2019.
A copy of the application, submission and exemption can be accessed below.