This three-part series is an essential guide for anyone who wants to gain an understanding of what’s happening with the water reforms underway.
About this event
This three-part series is the essential guide to the water reforms. Attendees will get an understanding of what’s in the three Bills (and perhaps just as importantly what isn't) and what’s coming next.
This webinar series is in three parts, and topics for discussion include:
- Part One: The legislative plan for Three Waters, what happened to the Water Services Entities Bill, rural supplies, planning, stormwater
24 January 2023 | 10.00am to 11.30am
- Part Two: The Water Services Entities Bill – powers and duties, pricing/funding, bylaws, customer relations, transition, what happens to the LGA
25 January 2023 | 10.00am to 11.30am
- Part Three – the Economic/Consumer Protection Regulation Bill
26 January 2023 | 10.00am to 11.30am
These dates are subject to the progression of the Water Services Entities Bill through Parliament and could be subject to change.
Who should attend?
Chief executives, asset managers, policy staff, lawyers, and anyone else who wants to understand how this legislation affects them and their council.
Elected members are welcome.
Note: this webinar series is offered to help local authorities prepare their submissions on the Water Services Entities Amendment Bill and the Economic/Consumer Protection Bill. Registration is open only to local authorities and council organisations. Attendance for others is by invitation only – please contact email@example.com if you think you should be invited.
The cost of this webinar series is $650 + GST per Council
Please register one ticket for your council on the Taituarā website. Leading up to the event a Zoom link will be sent to you - this can then be forwarded to anyone in your council who would like to attend the session.
This event is being recorded and will be made available to registrants 7-10 working days after event completion.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org