Electricity (Supply) Act, 1927

Supply of electricity to premises outside area of supply.

69.—(1) Where the occupier of any premises is desirous of obtaining a supply of electricity to those premises from an authorised undertaker in whose area of supply those premises are not situate, the Board may (subject to the provisions of this section) permit such authorised undertaker to supply electricity to those premises upon such terms and subject to such conditions as the Board shall think fit to prescribe.

(2) No permission shall be given by the Board under this section without previous consultation with the local authority in whose district the said premises are situate and with the authorised undertaker (if any) in whose area of supply the said premises are situate.