Where plans1 of a house2 are, in accordance with building regulations3, deposited4 with a local authority5, the authority must reject the plans6 unless a proposal is put before it that appears to it to be satisfactory for providing the occupants of the house with a supply of wholesome water sufficient for their domestic purposes:
(1) by connecting the house to a supply of water in pipes provided by water undertakers7;
(2) if in all the circumstances it is not reasonable to require the house to be connected, by otherwise taking water into the house by means of a pipe8;
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