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DEMAND AVAILABILITY MAP
Terms and Conditions
The demand availability map provides an indication of the networks capability to connect large-scale developments to Major Substations. The main assumptions are:
- The data is provided as an indication only.
- The constraints shown are based on existing connections commissioned on the network and accepted connections assumed to be operating at maximum capacity.
- The data provides information on accepted but not yet connected schemes, and any valid quoted schemes.
- Each primary has been given an overall classification based on the known constraints for that area. Connections to the primaries with an overall RED/AMBER classification are still possible, however there might be a requirement for significant network reinforcement to overcome the impact on the network constraints.
Information last updated January 2018.
Legal disclaimer: We have developed the demand availability map to assist you with connections applications in constrained areas. They give a general illustration of demand availability constraints only and cannot be relied upon to assess the terms of connection for specific premises. Nothing in this disclaimer limits or excludes our liability for (a) death or personal injury caused by our negligence; (b) fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or (c) any other liability that cannot be limited or excluded by applicable law. Subject to the above, we shall not be liable to you in tort (including negligence) or otherwise, arising under or in connection with your use of the demand availability map for: (a) loss of profits; (b) loss of sales or business; (c) loss of agreements or contracts; (d) loss of anticipated savings; (e) loss of or damage to goodwill; or (g) any indirect or consequential loss.
Use the icons to display areas of high, medium and low availability/demand.
Use the icons to display the specific supply types.
Roll over a supply type to see the post code it covers.
Click on a supply type to find out related information.