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Innovations for the water service in England and Wales after the reform of 2014 and profiles of comparison with other european systems





 

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Formato Analítico de periódico ou monográfico
N.º Sistema 000081196
Autor LinkAntoniazzi, Sandra
Título LinkInnovations for the water service in England and Wales after the reform of 2014 and profiles of comparison with other european systems / Sandra Antoniazzi
Língua inglês
País Alemanha, R. Federal
Local LinkBerlin
Editor LinkLexxion Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Ano 2016
Tipo de Documento LinkAnalítico de periódico
Resumo "The privatisation of water services goes back to the Thatcher Government and the first legal reference was the Water Act 1989, replaced by the Water Industry Act 1991 amended several times until the Water Act 2014 was introduced, after a heated debate between the regulator Ofwat and the companies involved. The current system is based on entrusted service by licensing to private companies extractors for large retailers and smaller companies that supply water to the retail users; there are innovations as concerns competitive market, the control of Ofwat on licensing through new administrative procedures and on the quality of services and consumer protection (of large amounts of water, but not so for modest domestic consumers). This legal framework is compared with the experiences of other European countries that had privatised the management. In recent years, particularly in Germany and France, a new trend emerges: the return to public management by local authorities. In Spain and Italy, the mixed companies PPP including local authorities are still very diffused, while there are some private companies and public companies of local authorities."[editor]
Nível de conjunto European procurement & public private partnership law review Christopher Bovis, ed. lit. Vol. 11 nº 2 (2016) p. 97-110 2194-7376 PP0436/7
Classif.Temática Link2846 urbanismo e construção civil eurovoc
Assunto Linkabastecimento de água
Linkprivatização
Linkempresa privada
Linkparceria público-privado
LinkInglaterra
LinkPaís de Gales
Cota CIEJD PP0436/7 ISSUE Informação sobre a biblioteca CIEJD
Ligacao European procurement & public private partnership law review
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