Three waters repeal plan outlined

Three waters repeal plan outlined
Creaking water infrastructure is a problem in many areas. (Image: Getty)
Ian Llewellyn
The government has outlined its plans to repeal its predecessor’s three waters reform with a new system to be in place by the middle of next year.The new system has been dubbed “Local Water Done Well” by local government minister Simeon Brown, but the detail of what this will be is still to be decided.A technical advisory group (Tag) has been appointed to work through the complex issues that became a lightning rod for the last government when it moved to take ownership, management and financing of water infrastructure from loc...

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