Central Tablelands Water draft 2021/2022 plans are now on exhibition for public comment.
General Manager Gavin Rhodes said the draft financial plans provide for the “ongoing financial sustainability” of Central Tablelands Water and the provision of quality drinking water over the next decade.
“These plans also provide for vital major capital renewals and infrastructure upgrades,” he said.
“CTW does not receive recurrent government grants to fund its operations,” Gavin said.
“CTW’s revenue is derived from its fees and charges, and as a result, consumption charges for financial year 21/22 are proposed to increase by 6.7% from $3.28 per kilolitre (kL) to $3.50kL,” said Mr Rhodes.
“Overall, these proposed increases, will see the average residential water bill of us-ing 182kL paying an additional $44 per year or 85 cents per week.”
The draft documents are currently on public exhibition at Council’s Blayney Office at 30 Church Street Blayney and on Council’s website at www.ctw.nsw.gov.au/publications/documents-on-public-display/
Members of the public are invited to review the draft documents and make written submissions by 4pm, 4 June 2021 to: General Manager, Central Tablelands Water, PO Box 61 Blayney NSW 2799. You can also email email@example.com.