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Link Target; Less than or equal to 139.3 litres per day / Result; 133.5 litres per day



Outcome; We make sure that you always have enough water

Description; The average daily water consumption per person of population in a dry year. This is only for household consumption.

From
01/04/2018
To
31/03/2020

2018-19 Link Target; Less than or equal to 139.3 litres per day / Result; 133.5 litres per day.

2019-20 Link Target; Less than or equal to 138.3 litres per day / Result; 135 litres per day.


These figures are taken from our domestic consumption monitor; a representative sample of around 900 non-metered properties.

Both valid and accepted consumption readings are included in the file across 2018-19 and 2019-20 annual performance reports.(April 2018 to March 2020 inclusive).

From
01/04/2018
To
31/03/2019

Link Target; Stable / Result; Stable



Outcome; We make sure that you always have enough water

Description; An overall assessment of long-term stability and reliability for the water networks, based on a basket of indicators. Assessment is based on the recent historical trend of the indicators


An explanation of the performance commitment can be found here on P81.


About the data

More information regarding this performance commitment can be found here on page 217 and on rows 7-13 of page 214 for the data tables to which the data refers to.

A copy of the sub-measures can also be found here in Appendix 3.


Technical details specific to reference bandings


Reference and Upper Reference refer to the bandings that determine whether a performance commitment is improving, stable or deteriorating, with an overall assessment taken by way of a calculation of the sub-measures (rows 7-13 page 214 as detailed above). The first assessment is the overall status of the main S&R measure as either; Improving, Stable or Deteriorating. This assessment is reported annually with confirmation of the end of AMP position made in year four based on the year five forecast outturn position. Sub-measures will be judged as either Stable, Improving or Deteriorating depending on their position in relation to the reference levels set at PR14 and confirmed in Ofwats ‘FD[final determination] Outcome and ODI[outcome delivery incentives] base dataset’. The number of sub-measures’ categorisation will then be aggregated to confirm the overall assessment for the overall S&R measure.