Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014

Matt Landick made this Freedom of Information request to Bournemouth Borough Council

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Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,

Could you please confirm the following:

1. How many communal and district heat networks do the council manage?
2. Have you notified all applicable communal or district heating networks as per the requirements of the Heat Network Metering and Billing Regulations 2014 - if so how many?
3. Are you able to publish your notification?
4. Do you have plans to replace or upgrade any of these networks in the next 18 months?
5. Do you have a heat network replacement schedule in place?

Yours faithfully,

Matt Landick

Leah Dover, Bournemouth Borough Council

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Dear Mr Landick,

 

Information Request – Freedom of Information Act

 

Thank you for your information request received on the 17^th February
2017.

 

In regards to the Council’s corporate properties, please see answers
below:

 

1. How many communal and district heat networks do the council manage?

 

The Council do not manage any communal heating (CH) or district heat
networks (DHN), as per the definitions given in the Heat Network (Metering
and Billing) Regulations

 

2. Have you notified all applicable communal or district heating networks
as per the requirements of the Heat Network Metering and Billing
Regulations 2014 - if so how many?

 

N/A – no CH or DHNs to report on.

 

3. Are you able to publish your notification?

 

N/A – no response to publish.

 

4. Do you have plans to replace or upgrade any of these networks in the
next 18 months?

 

N/A - no CH or DHN to replace, therefore schedule not required

 

5. Do you have a heat network replacement schedule in place?

 

N/A - no CH or DHN to replace, therefore schedule not required

 

Housing have also confirmed that we do not manage any communal heating
(CH) or district heat networks (DHN).

 

I hope that this deals with your request satisfactorily.

 

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will be dealt with through the Council’s complaints procedure. Details of
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the right to refer the matter to the Information Commissioner’s Office.
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Yours sincerely,

 

Leah Dover

 

Access to Information Officer

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