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NSW Border Rivers Regulated River - General Security B

State: 
New South Wales
SDL resource unit: 
NSW Border Rivers (SS23)
Priority or reliability: 
General Security B
Total volume of the class on issue: 
241,211 ML
Historic reliability of the class: 

Past Available Water Determinations are available from the Available Water Determinations Register.

Further information regarding historic availability is available from the Water Availability Report For the Major Regulated River Systems.

Fees and charges: 

A full outline of fees and charges can be found on the Water Management fees and charges page including Metering Charges.

Bulk Water Charges are available on the NSW State Water website.

Carryover arrangements: 

Carryover rules are outlined by Part 9 Division 2 of the Water Sharing Plan.

Timing and manner of making allocation announcements: 

Timing:

Initial Available Water Determinations are made 1 July, then further Available Water Determinations may be made when water becomes available for distribution. It is possible for the 1 July Available Water Determinations to equal zero.

Manner:

Allocation announcements are made via media releases, displayed on the NSW Department of Industry Water Available Water Determinations page, and also on the media releases page.

How allocation levels are determined: 

The Available Water Determinations procedure is generally divided into two sections; the available water asset, and system commitments. Once system commitments have been met the available water asset is then available for distribution to the access licence categories in order of priority. The volume of the announced allocation is expressed as the percentage of share component of the licence or as a volume per share. For further details of the methodology please see the General Purpose Accounting Reports for the Border River catchment.

Guidelines for setting Available Water Determinations are set by Part 8 Division 2 of the Water Sharing Plan.

Areas to which this water access right may be traded: 
Areas from which water access rights may be traded: 
Water resource type: 
Regulated System
Form of take: 
Take from a regulated river
Resource Name: 
NSW Border Rivers
Updated: 03 Jan 2019