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London Borough of Hillingdon

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… reflect a local strategic impact of steps critical to growth site delivery. However effective approaches to utility planning and delivery suits a West London and strategic level response. This includes developing an understanding of local water supply issues, collaboration in water supply and wastewater and drainage and the importance of understanding and responding to the regulatory framework…

… in planning for utilities. Water supply Recommendation U1: The WLA should consult on the water companies’ next Water Resource Management Plans (WRMPs) due in 2022. The WRMPs will take into greater consideration the water needs of industry and the environment, as well as homes and businesses6. Recommendation U2: The WLA and West London authorities to actively engage with the Mayor’s Water Advisory…

… Group (WAG) group going forward. The Mayor has convened the WAG to advise on the water challenges and opportunities of London’s growth13. The WAG is made up of senior representatives from London’s four water companies, water regulators, consumer champions and other water sector experts14. The group remit covers key water issues relevant to London including water supply, water resource…

… and wastewater; flood risk; drainage; and water pollution issues Recommendation U3: Local Planning Authorities should ensure developers consult with the local water company from the outset of the project to gain an understanding of local water supply and wastewater system constraints. This early engagement should also consider the potential opportunities to reduce the development’s demand for potable…

… is a sector undergoing substantial transformation to a new net zero carbon world, considerable investment is needed to deliver decentralised energy programmes to Opportunity Areas and roll out zero emission networks. Cross boundary collaboration at a West London level in the planning and delivery of future energy infrastructure will be critical. Significant investment in maintaining future water


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