Sewage in UK Law

  • Empress Car Company (Abertillery) Ltd v National Rivers Authority
    • House of Lords
    • 05 Febrero 1998
    ......994. The other case is Wychavon District Council v. National Rivers Authority [1993] 1 W.L.R. 125 . The council maintained the sewage system in its district as agent for the statutory authority, the Severn Trent Water Authority. It operated, maintained and repaired the sewers. As ......
  • Marcic v Thames Water Utilities Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 04 Diciembre 2003
    ......Overloaded surface water sewers spill into the foul water sewers. As a result, all too often water and untreated sewage overflow at the lower levels of the drainage system, causing misery for the people living there. . . 2 The risk of this happening has ......
  • Pride of Derby and Derbyshire Angling Association Ltd and Earl of Harrington v British Celanese Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 15 Diciembre 1952
    ...... at that point (outfall "A") there is provision so that in the event of flood conditions, the effluent - that is, storm water with untreated sewage - may be discharged, so far as is necessary to relieve pressure, direct intothe Derwent; but save so far as it is so discharged, the contents of the ......
  • Marcic v Thames Water Utilities Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 07 Febrero 2002
    ......His house is situated within the extensive area within which Thames Water Utilities Limited ("Thames") provide sewers for the removal of sewage and surface water. Since June 1992 these sewers have, on occasion, discharged both surface water and foul water into Mr Marcic's front garden and ......
  • Daymond v South West Water Authority; Daymond v Plymouth City Council
    • House of Lords
    • 03 Diciembre 1975
    ...... have to decide is whether an occupier of a hereditament not connected to a public sewer can be charged by a water authority for sewerage and sewage disposal services. Mr. Daymond is the owner and occupier of such a hereditament, namely a dwellinghouse at Plymstock, Devon, within the area of the ......
  • British Waterways Board v Severn Trent Water Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 02 Marzo 2001
    ...... . 1 The issue raised by this appeal is of some importance both to the sewage industry and also to owners of canals and other watercourses and, if the sewerage undertaker is right, the owners of other land in which a sewer has ......
  • R v Thames Water Utilities Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 03 Junio 2015
    ...... Facts . 1 Between 29 August 2012 and 4 September 2012 untreated sewage was discharged from Broadlayings Sewage Pumping Station into the Chase Brook which flows through a 143 acre nature reserve owned by the National ......
  • Thames Water Authority v Elmbridge Borough Council
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 Diciembre 1982
    ...... and . In The Matter of An Arbitration Regarding The Ownership of Land Known as The Former New Haw Sewage Treatment Works Oyster Lane Byfleet . Between: Thames Water Authority Claimants (Respondents) and Elmbridge Borough ......
  • R v Local Commissioner for Administration for the South, the West Midlands, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, ex parte Eastleigh Borough Council
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 11 Marzo 1988
  • Rowe v Vale of White Horse District Council
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 07 Marzo 2003
    ...... FACTS . 3 The Council as local housing authority built and operated a sewage treatment works and two pumping stations to provide for the disposal of sewage from its council houses in Letcombe Bassett and charged the costs of ......
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