Aggregation of primary meters as a single Supply Point. Examples. A single premises may constitute a single Supply Point.
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Ownership & Occupation
Public House and Landlord residing in upstairs flat , different service
Buildings within the same site split only by a footpath
Supermarket with a subsidiary operating on the same site but a different service
Buildings within the same overall site but physically split by a main road.
Serve Each Other
School and caretakers cottage within the boundary of the school
Swimming pool and Gym/Leisure centre, separate buildings but deemed to serve each other.
University with a number of adjacent houses which it owns. The houses do not have common curtilage with each other.
Swimming pool and Library cannot be deemed to serve each other – operate independently and provide different services
Disaggregation would actually lead to cheaper charges than currently. The MPAQ being significantly higher than the Peak Day SOQ which has been calculated using load factors
Aggregating the Meter Points has significantly reduced the annual charge. This is due to the WAR of circa 70% leading to a much reduced Peak Day SOQ. The same reduced charge would be attainable if regular (monthly) reads were submitted.