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Regulations 6(1) and 9(3)

SCHEDULE 1INFORMATION TO BE REGISTERED

Dates by which the register must contain information

1.  The register must contain or specify—

(a)by 1st January 2019—

(i)the information specified in paragraph 2, but only in so far as the information can be readily determined from existing sources of available information; and

(ii)the information specified in paragraph 4;

(b)within 28 days of the date on which the information is first known (or becomes readily available) to the enforcing authority, the information specified in paragraph 3; and

(c)by 1st January 2022, any other information specified in paragraph 2.

Information relating to private water supply systems

2.  For each private water supply system (“the system”), the register must contain or specify—

(a)a unique reference number, and a unique locality-based name, for the system;

(b)which supply zone the system is situated in;

(c)the estimated volume of water (in m3) supplied each day by the system (as an average taken over a year) to all premises (including those outside the area of the enforcing authority) which are within the supply zone for the water supplied;

(d)the estimated maximum number of persons served by the system on the same day (including any person served outside the area of the enforcing authority);

(e)a map identifying the location of every known part of the system (including any part of the system which is outside the area of the enforcing authority), including (if known to the enforcing authority)—

(i)the ownership of land from which any part of the water is abstracted; and

(ii)the ownership of land in, on or over which any part of the supply is installed;

(f)for each point at which water is abstracted—

(i)the Ordnance Survey national grid reference; and

(ii)whether the water is abstracted from a watercourse, loch, spring, well, borehole or other source (and, if abstracted from the latter, a description of the other source);

(g)details of any treatment carried out in relation to water supplied by the system;

(h)the address of each building supplied, or to be supplied, with water;

(i)if known to the enforcing authority, the name and address of any person who owns—

(i)a building supplied, or to be supplied, with the water;

(ii)land from which any part of the water is abstracted (from the water environment); and

(iii)land in, on or over which any part of the private water supply system is installed;

(j)details of monitoring programmes (so far as relevant) prepared by the enforcing authority to meet its obligations under these Regulations; and

(k)details of any grant awarded or paid in relation to the system under the Private Water Supply (Grants) (Scotland) Regulations 2006(1).

Information relating to water supplied

3.  For each registered private water supply system, the register must also contain or specify the following information (if any) in relation to water (“the water”) supplied through any part of the system to a point of compliance in the area of the enforcing authority:—

(a)a copy of the risk assessment in relation to the water;

(b)information about any relevant derogation under these Regulations, including a copy of—

(i)application for the derogation;

(ii)the derogation granted; and

(iii)any revocation or modification of the derogation;

(c)the results of each sample of the water taken and analysed pursuant to these Regulations;

(d)the results of any investigation under regulation 21(a);

(e)details of any remedial action taken pursuant to regulation 21(b) or (c); and

(f)a copy of any remediation notice, enforcement notice or emergency notice served in relation to the water.

Information from previous register

4.—(1) For each registered private water supply system (“the system”), the register must contain copies of any information (“the information”) relating to—

(a)the system; and

(b)the water previously supplied into, through or from the system,

which was, immediately before 27th October 2017, required to be maintained in a register (“a previous register”) under regulation 34 of the Private Water Supplies (Scotland) Regulations 2006(2).

(2) If any information which an enforcing authority (“the registering authority”) is required to keep under sub-paragraph (1) was immediately before 27th October 2017 contained in a previous register which was maintained by any other enforcing authority, the other enforcing authority must forward the information (or, if the other enforcing authority is also required to maintain a register containing any of the same information, forward a copy of it) to the registering authority.