Click a subject below to view more about that titleAs required by Information Note 16/2, published by Ofwat on 18 March 2016, the Board of Portsmouth Water have reviewed the structure of its wholesale tariffs currently in operation and can confirm that it does not intend to revise the structure or propose to introduce any new tariffs for 2017/18. The Company will publish indicative wholesale charges for 2017/18 by October 2016
The Company also has a Compliance Code produced under Condition R of our Instrument of Appointment for dealing with Potential Licensed Water Suppliers and Inset Appointees.
To view Portsmouth Water's Draft Wholesale Tariffs for Non-household Customers for the year 2018-19 click here
To view our Letter of Assurance regarding the 2018-19 Draft Wholesale Charges Scheme click here
To view our 2017-2018 Wholesale Scheme of Charges please click here
To view a spreadsheet of Portsmouth Water's Wholesale Tariffs for Non-household Customers for the year 2017/18 click here
To view the Assurance Statement accompanying the 2017-18 Wholesale Charges Scheme click here
To view our 2016-2017 Wholesale Scheme of Charges please click here
To view a spreadsheet of Portsmouth Water's Wholesale Tariffs for Non-household Customers for the year 2016/17 click here
To view our 2015-2016 Wholesale Scheme of Charges please click here
To view a spreadsheet of Portsmouth Water's Wholesale Tariffs for Non-household Customers for the year 2015/16 click here
Non-Household Retailer Invoicing timetable and payment due dates
In accordance with the requirements of the Wholesale-Retail Code Business Terms we have set out the invoicing timetable for Primary and Non-Primary charges.
The timetable for Primary Charges is set out in the attached spreadsheet. This has been split into two sections covering the Pre-Pay and Post-Pay options for ease of reference. Other useful information including payment due dates has also been included. It should be noted that those lines shaded in grey with the identifier “E” are based on estimated dates which fall outside the published MOSL settlement timetable. These are indicative only and will be updated as when the confirmed timetable is published.Invoicing timetable Primary Charges
Invoices for Non-Primary Charges (as defined in our published Scheme of Charges) will be raised once the related works have been completed and approved and in any case not later than 10 business days after the end of the month in which such works have been completed and approved. Payment terms, as specified by the Business Terms will fall to the later of; 30 days after the end of the month to which the invoice relates; and 15 days after the invoice is received by the Contracting Retailer.