The following documents are available
to view online or download:
Our draft water resources management plan sets out how we will maintain the balance of supply and demand over the 25-year period from 2020 to 2045. The plan ensures that we can meet the anticipated growth in demand at MediaCityUK, maintain the levels of service for supply reliability expected by our customers and secure benefits for the wider economy of the City of Salford and Greater Manchester.
We published our draft Water Resources Management Plan on 12th June 2018 for public consultation until the 4th September 2018. During this period we invite your feedback and comments on our proposals on how to meet our customers’ needs in future.
If you have any comments on our draft plan, please send these to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs by e-mail to both firstname.lastname@example.org and LWNL@leeputilities.co.uk
Please title your e-mail ‘Leep Water Networks WRMP19 consultation’.
Alternatively, you can send your comments by post to Defra at:
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Leep Water Networks Limited Water Resources Management Plan Consultation
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
Area 3D, Nobel House
17 Smith Square
London, SW1P 4DF
In June 2018, we published our Draft Drought Plan 2018 for consultation. The Draft Drought Plan was made available for consultation on our website and copies were provided to statutory consultees. Following the period of consultation, we have published a Statement of Response which explains how we have taken any comments into account in revising our draft plan. The Statement of Response has also been sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and to everyone who participated in the consultation. Subject to approval by the Secretary of State, our final plan will then be made available on our website and can be viewed in hard copy format at our registered office in due course.