Hamilton City Council has agreed to form a shared company with Waipa District Council to jointly manage water, wastewater and stormwater services. Waipa District Council has not yet agreed to the proposal and will not make a formal decision until 19 December.Read more
Warm weather and increasing water demand has today prompted Hamilton City Council to further conserve water by moving to Alert Level 2. The change to Alert Level 2 means sprinklers and watering systems can now only be used on alternate days, i.e. even street numbers on even days and odd street numbers on odd days, between 6am and 8am, and 6pm and 8pm.Read more
Published: Dec, 2017
This report analyses the submissions received on the Shared Waters Management Company proposal and outlines the recommendations of the 6-member Waters Governance Group. A copy of all submissions is included in a separate PDF on this website (see below).
Download: Report: Consultation on forming a Shared Waters Management Company (522KB)
Published: Nov, 2017
Contains a copy of the Shared Waters Management Company statement of proposal, plus a copy of all submissions received in response to this proposal.
Download: Shared Waters Management Company - what are your views? Submission Report (19.2MB)
There is no technical information at this time.