Anglian Water gets £425m investment plan for 2017/18 underway
Article Date: 4th April 2017
Anglian Water is putting the wheels in motion for almost half a billion pounds of investment for the coming financial year.
The funds will be invested in the areas customers say matter most to them after views were gathered during the company’s biggest ever public consultation, which shaped its £5 billion AMP6 Business Plan to 2020.
Now three years into its business plan, later this year Anglian will again ask customers to have their say as its AMP7 business plan for 2020–2025 is developed.
The investment will also underpin service for companies entering into the market to sell water and water recycling services to non-household customers – the water company has launched a new division to look after water retailers.
Anglian Water spends around half a million pounds every day running its business and operating the water and sewer networks - when this is added to the £425 million it will invest to improve infrastructure by April 2018, it brings the total to around £1 billion. Read more here
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