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Water Act 2014

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11(1)In this Schedule—

  • “new restricted retail authorisation” means a restricted retail authorisation given by a new water supply licence;

  • “new retail authorisation” means a retail authorisation given by a new water supply licence;

  • “new supplementary authorisation” means a supplementary authorisation given by a new water supply licence;

  • “new water supply licence” means a water supply licence granted under new section 17A;

  • “new wholesale authorisation” means a wholesale authorisation given by a new water supply licence;

  • “old section 66D agreement” means such agreement or determination as is mentioned in old section 66D(3);

  • “old water supply licence” means a water supply licence granted under old section 17A;

  • “sewerage licence” means a sewerage licence granted under section 17BA of the Water Industry Act 1991.

(2)In this Schedule “relevant period” means—

(a)a period specified in or determined in accordance with a section 91 order, or

(b)a period that—

(i)begins at a time specified in or determined in accordance with a section 91 order, and

(ii)ends at such time as the Secretary of State may specify by order.

(3)Before making provision under sub-paragraph (2)(a) or (b)(i) or making an order under sub-paragraph (2)(b)(ii) that affects provision to which paragraph 7(8), 8(6) or 10(4) applies, the Secretary of State must consult the Welsh Ministers.

(4)In this Schedule a reference to an old provision is a reference to a provision of the Water Industry Act 1991 as it has effect before the coming into force of an amendment or repeal of that provision made by this Act.

(5)In this Schedule a reference to a new provision is a reference to—

(a)a provision of the Water Industry Act 1991 after an amendment of that provision made by this Act has come into force, or

(b)a provision of the Water Industry Act 1991 inserted by this Act.

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