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Water Bill, Glossary: water terms, published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in November 2013, defines charging rules as: ‘The mechanism by which Ofwat controls the charges that undertakers may impose on various parties. Ofwat must issue charging rules to cover undertakers’ charges to their direct customers for water or sewerage services (through charges schemes) as well as charges to licensees for “use” of the water or sewerage networks. Ofwat may issue further rules to cover charges to developers and customers for connecting premises to the network. These rules can be issued separately or as part of the same document. Ofwat may also issue rules on charges in other areas, such as bulk supply agreements, main connection agreements, the self-lay regime and the sale of water to undertakers by persons other than water companies.’
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