GOULBURN-MURRAY Water (GMW) has extended the deadline for expressions of interest from its customers, communities and stakeholders to help progress key projects from its strategic plan development.
GMW’s role is to efficiently manage, store and deliver water to more than 21,000 active customers involved in a diverse range of enterprises and interests across northern Victoria.
“We are in a challenging and changing environment that is set to continue in coming years, with changing climate and international markets impacting on our customers and GMW,” managing director Pat Lennon said.
Mr Lennon said GMW had developed and was now implementing its strategic plan in response to these challenges, to ensure GMW remains sustainable now and into the foreseeable future. This includes ensuring water is delivered to customers at an affordable price and that deliveries are meeting expected service standards.
To further that work, GMW is calling for expressions of interest to several important projects: the development of a 25-year Goulburn-Murray Irrigation District (GMID) Asset Strategy and the development of a Tariff and Pricing Review.
The original deadline of Friday, November 3 has been extended by two weeks. Interested customers, stakeholders and members of the community now have until Friday November 17 to nominate for these important projects.
Application forms, and the terms of reference for the working groups, can be found at the “join a working group” link on the GMW website, www.gmwater.com.au or call 1800 013 357.
Expressions of interest need to be received by 4.45pm on Friday, November 17, 2017 and can be sent to: Daniel Irwin, Goulburn-Murray Water, PO Box 165, Tatura VIC 3616.
Alternatively it can be emailed to [email protected] or hand-delivered to 40 Casey St, Tatura.