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Notice to repair leak, shared supply

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    The dozen houses in the lane have been issued with a notice to repair a leak within the next 30 days. No-one knows where the leak is, Water Co havenít given a 0location. No one has seen any evidence of a leak either in the lane or on their property. Long standing residents in the road say the water company has always repaired leaks upto the stopcock at properties boundary. The lane is an adopted road. There is a long standing dispute that, at nationalisation, the supply from the top of the road was incorrectly recorded as a private supply, connected to the mains which Water Company says runs across the top of the Lane. 24/5/19 EFPOM replied
    to a post and said. Historically, a vast number of consumers were on shared supplies. The water companies made a concession at de-nationalisation, that it will take responsibility for maintenance, up to the supply property boundary. This may explain the reason for the dispute, Is anyone able to refer me to this source of this information please?

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