Manx Utilities is seeking views from members of the public, interested parties and stakeholders on the proposed clauses within the new Draft Wayleaves Bill.
Following the Chief Minister’s announcement yesterday, Manx Utilities can confirm that it is taking additional precautionary measures to ensure the continued safety of our customers and staff and the delivery of our essential services.
Manx Utilities has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Pod Point, one of the UK’s largest providers of electric vehicle charging, to deliver a sustainable public charging network for the Isle of Man.
Gravel and vegetation clearance works are planned for the River Glass in the NSC area as indicated below. The works will take place in September/October 2019.
Manx Utilities has announced a major investment in a new metering system, the first stage of which will be to replace ageing key meters with new smart meters which can be topped up online and over the counter to ensure full accessibility. The first installation of these meters will commence in 2020.
Manx Utilities have confirmed that work has commenced on the demolition of White Hoe and Ivy Cottages on the Castletown Road with the land being returned to nature.
The Cabinet Office is in the process of advertising for two Lay Members to join the Manx Utilities Board. The changes are taking place as a result of Mr Chris Allen announcing his intention to resign with effect from the end of May 2019.
Manx Utilities has announced that it will decommission the diesel generator engines currently installed at Ramsey Power Station in Gardner’s Lane, following a third-party analysis of the high voltage electricity network supply to Ramsey and the North of the Island.
Construction work has commenced at the Old Noble’s Hospital car park to install an underground storm water storage tank to help manage flood flows from the Ballakermeen Road catchment. The scheme, which is expected to be completed in May 2019 will serve to reduce the flooding experienced on Peel Road and the Hills Meadow Industrial Estate.
A new pricing strategy from Manx Utilities proposes inflation only increases for water, sewage and electricity prices for domestic customers over the next five years.