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Statutory Instrument 1989 No. 41

The Anglian Water Authority (Quidenham Borehole) Order 1989

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STATUTORY INTRUMENTS

1989 No. 41

WATER, ENGLAND AND WALES

The Anglian Water Authority (Quidenham Borehole) Order 1989

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Made9th January 1989
Coming into force10th January 1989

    The Secretary of State for the Environment, on the application of the Anglian Water Authority, being statutory water undertakers[1], and in exercise of powers conferred by sections 23, 32(1) and 59(1)[2] of the Water Act 1945[3] and now vested in him[4], and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:
    Citation, commencement and interpretation
        1.—(1)  This Order may be cited as the Anglian Water Authority (Quidenham Borehole) Order 1989 and shall come into force on the 10th January 1989.

        (2)  This Order shall be included among the enactments which may be cited together as the Anglian Water Authority Acts and Orders 1974 to 1989.

        (3)  In this Order-
      "the Authority" means the Anglian Water Authority;
      "the deposited plan" means the plan prepared in duplicate, signed by an Under Secretary in the Department of the Environment and marked "Plan referred to in the Anglian Water Authority (Quidenham Borehole) Order 1989", one duplicate of which is deposited and available for inspection at the offices of the Authority and the other at the offices of the Secretary of State for the Environment;
      "the Third Schedule" means the Third Schedule to the Water Act 1945;
      "the undertaking" means the water undertaking of the Authority as for the time being authorised by any enactment.

    Power to construct, continue and maintain works
        2.—(1)  The Authority may, on or under the land described in Schedule 1 to this Order-
       (a) continue and maintain the existing boreholes and pumping station;
       (b) construct, continue and maintain (in addition to the works authorised by section 4 of the Third Schedule as applied to the undertaking by this Order) all such additional wells, boreholes, adits and headings as may be necessary or expedient for augmenting, improving or maintaining the supply of water obtainable by means of the said boreholes and pumping station.

        (2)  The works authorised by this Order shall for all purposes form part of the undertaking.
    Application of certain provisions of the Third Schedule
        3.    The provisions of the Third Schedule specified in column (1) of Schedule 2 to this Order shall apply to the undertaking, subject to the modifications set out in column (2) thereof.


Signed by authority of the Secretary of State

J. A. L. Gunn

An Under Secretary in the Department of the Environment

9th January 1989





Notes:

[1] See the Water Act 1973 (c. 37), section 11(6).

[2] See the definition of "Minister".

[3] 1945 c. 42. There are amendments to sections 23 and 32, but none relevant to this Order.

[4] (d)S.I.1951/142, 1900, 1970/1681.

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