Northumbrian and DCWW draft determinations to be published next week
Ofwat has announced that it will publish the draft determinations covering 2015-20 for Northumbrian Water and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW) on May 30. Earlier this month, the regulator said it would proceed with early draft determinations for the two companies after they had submitted revised business plans.
Northumbrian Water and DCWW were among the 16 companies that did not pre-qualify for enhanced status under the risk-based review.
The draft determinations for South West Water and Affinity Water, which have enhanced status, were published on April 30.
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