Council, 28 September 2000

  1. That reading of meters be continued to provide information for use in:
      • Identifying high use domestic consumers
      • Identifying and rectifying domestic leakage
      • Developing conservation programmes.
  2. That as a further step to achieve water use efficiencies, the meters be used to identify the top 20 per cent of domestic water users and that the reasons for their high use be investigated.
  3. That water meter readers be used to assist with minor maintenance matters such as reporting potholes, overhanging trees etc.
  4. That the Council confirm that it has no intention of introducing consumption based charges for consumers.