The Productivity Commission has released an issues paper to assist individuals and organisations to prepare submissions to the National Water Reform Inquiry, which are due by 18 April.
The paper contains and outlines the scope of the inquiry, the Commission’s procedures, matters about which the Commission is seeking comment and information and how to make a submission and is available here: http://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/current/water-reform/issues/water-reform-issues.pdf
qldwater intends to lodge a submission with a focus on the urban water questions on P25. We also welcome members’ input or copies of individual submissions to inform ours, especially any comments on water trading (P16). Please forward any information you would like to add to our submission to email@example.com by Wednesday 12 April or contact Dave on 0407 761 991 if you wish to discuss.