Consultation Responses 2007 Print

October 2007, Waterwise response to Quality of Life Policy Group’s Blueprint for a Green Economy
Waterwise welcomes the Group’s report, and its focus on promoting the value of water to all of us in every aspect of our lives, and on wasting less water, and sets out its response to the detail of the recommendations.

October 2007, Waterwise response to Environment Agency consultation on Water for People and the Environment
Waterwise supports the principles and aims outlined in the Environment Agency paper, and proposes a larger role for water efficiency in the next Price Review

September 2007, Waterwise response to the CLG consultation on making the Code for Sustainable Homes mandatory
Waterwise welcomes the proposals, and the extension of the requirement for homes receiving public funding to meet Code Level 3

June 2007, Waterwise response to government consultation on Planning for a Sustainable Future
Waterwise welcomes the proposals, and proposes a specific role for water efficiency in the related national policy statement for water.

June 2007 Waterwise response to Defra consultation on proposed changes to powers to restrict non-essential uses of water
Waterwise welcomes the consultation, and proposes a more enabling regime than the current one, including time-based restrictions and concessions.

April 2007: Waterwise response to the Mayor of London's Draft Water Strategy
Waterwise welcomes the strategy and suggests a few amendments.

April 2007: Waterwise response to Defra Consultation on water metering in areas of serious water stress
Waterwise welcomes the Water Saving Group proposals.

April 2007: Waterwise response to Environment Agency Consultation on identifying areas of water stress
Waterwise welcomes the Water Saving Group proposals.

March 2007: Waterwise response to CLG consultation Building a Greener Future
Waterwise proposes a long-term goal of all new buildings being required to meet Code level 3 by 2015.

March 2007: Waterwise response to government consultation on Water Efficiency in New Buildings
Waterwise response to government consultation on water efficiency and new buildings proposes a whole building performance standard of 110 litres per person per day, supported by minimum standards for key fittings.