New Appointments and Variations (NAVs)
Bulk Supply Charges for New Appointments and Variations (NAVs)
Information for NAVs on prices for the supply of bulk services
Following the release of guidance, “Bulk Charges for NAVs: Final Guidance”, to water companies on how charges for the supply of bulk water and wastewater services should be set in the future, we have reviewed, consulted and now published our approach to setting prices for the provision of bulk water supply and bulk sewerage discharge services to NAVs, taking due recognition of the guidance and feedback.
If you are a NAV and wish to enquire about points of connection and discharge and indicative prices for the bulk supply and discharges services relating to a development, please contact us via email at: email@example.com
Bulk Supply charging arrangements for 2020-21
At the end of January 2020, we published our latest Wholesale Charges Scheme for 2020-21. The wholesale charges are an integral component of how we set our charges for the supply of bulk water and wastewater services for NAVs.
As such, we are currently updating our Bulk Supply Pricing Model for NAVs for 2020-21. We will publish a new model before April 2020.
Therefore please note, if you are using the current Bulk Supply Pricing Model below, this only relates to the 2019-20 financial year.
Bulk Supply charging arrangements for 2019-20
Our Bulk Supply Pricing Policy sets out our charging arrangement for bulk supply services for NAVs for 2019-20. It, along with our Bulk Supply Pricing Model, are available to download below.
The Bulk Supply Pricing Model enables NAVs to produce bulk supply and discharge tariffs relevant to their development sites. It can be used by NAVs ahead of engaging formally with Yorkshire Water to arrange bulk supply and/or discharge agreements. With the provision of some site-specific data our aim is for the model to provide NAVs with tariff information in an easy to use format.
If you have any questions regarding the use of the pricing model of policy, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our consultation on NAV Bulk Supply charging
In February 2019, we published our New Appointments and Variations (NAVs) Bulk Supply charging for consultation. This set out our updated bulk supply charging policy and how it aligns with the regulatory guidance and the wider context set by Government. The bulk charges covered by this consultation only relate to bulk supplies from Yorkshire Water to a NAV. The consultation document can be found in the supporting documents lower down this page.
In April 2019 we published the results of the consultation regarding our approach to pricing for the provision of bulk supply services to NAV’s in the region served by Yorkshire Water, and we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with an update on our progress. The results to the consultation are available to download lower down this page.
Our aim throughout the development process has been to ensure that our bulk supply charging approach and model enables fairness and transparency for all NAV’s, and we believe we have achieved this objective. We have now had the opportunity to consider all the feedback we received through the consultation exercise and we thank all participants for their valued input.
Although the consultation has closed, we would welcome your feedback on our Bulk Supply Pricing Policy and the Bulk Supply Pricing Model. Please send us your comments using the contact details below.
Via email: email@example.com
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