G-MW seeking feedback

G-MW seeking feedback

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ONLINE SURVEY: Gravity, diversions, water district, pumped irrigation and flood protection district customers are being asked to help inform the development of G-MW's Service Plans.

ONLINE SURVEY: Gravity, diversions, water district, pumped irrigation and flood protection district customers are being asked to help inform the development of G-MW's Service Plans.

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GM-W is running a survey, to help it develop future service plans.

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Goulburn-Murray Water is seeking feedback from customers to better understand what they need to meet their needs.

Gravity, diversions, water district, pumped irrigation and flood protection district customers are being invited to complete an online survey to help inform the development of G-MW's Service Plans.

G-MW Strategy and Services Planning general manager Daniel Irwin said work had started on the development of a range of plans, which would outline how the organisation managed those services into the future.

"They will also inform the development of our 2024-28 Price Submission," Mr Irwin said.

"To achieve this, we will be engaging with the customers of these services, as well as with other key stakeholders.

"We have already commenced engagement with local Water Services Committee representatives and are now seeking to hear from our broader customer base about what they are wanting in the future from the services we offer.

"We are committed to delivering reliable supply, fair pricing, efficient operations, responsive services and simple systems

"I encourage customers to take a few minutes to complete the survey as it will play an important part in how we deliver our services into the future."

The survey is open until Sunday, October 3, and all information gathered will be anonymous.

To complete the survey, visit www.gmwater.com.au/service-plans

If you have any questions about the survey, email YourSay@gmwater.com.au

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