icon-water Water retail licence variation - District Council of Franklin Harbour

  • Project Released: 09 Jun 2016
  • Project Closes: 10 Aug 2016
  • Contact: Julie Dixon

Overview

The Commission has received applications from the District Council of Franklin Harbour for variations to its water industry retail licence in accordance with the Water Industry Act 2012.

Status

Current status is Final

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  • Submissions
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Variation - sewerage retail services at Port Gibbon

On 3 July 2015, the District Council of Franklin Harbour applied to the Commission for a variation to its water retail licence.  Specifically, the District Council of Franklin Harbour applied to have the provision of sewerage services to residential customers in the township of Port Gibbon added to its licensed retail services.

The Commission undertook a round of public consultation in relation to the application and received no submissions from stakeholders.

The varied water retail licence was issued to District Council of Franklin Harbour on 1 October 2015. A copy of the application and varied licence can be accessed below. 

Variation - sewerage retail services at Cowell

On 9 June 2016, the District Council of Franklin Harbour applied to the Commission for a variation to its water retail licence.  The District Council of Franklin Harbour applied to add to its licence the provision of sewerage services to residential and non-residential customers in the township of Cowell and the sale and supply of non-potable water to leased Council-owned land for irrigation purposes.

The Commission undertook a round of public consultation in relation to the application and received one submissions from a stakeholder.

The varied water retail licence was issued to the District Council of Franklin Harbour on 10 August 2016. A copy of the application, submission and varied licence can be accessed below.

Assessment criteria

 The Commission has assessed the applications 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. It has therefore approved the applications.

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