Ofwat publishes Draft Determinations for the PR24 Price Review

 

key highlights are:

  • Total allowance under the determinations is £88bn down from the proposed £104bn in the business plans
  • £16bn has been saved by challenging the business plans
  • On average bills are £44 per year lower than what companies

Government announces first steps to reform water sector

PRESS RELEASE FROM DEFRA, THE WATER SERVICES AUTHORITY AND STEVE READ OBE MP.

Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs Steve Reed has today (11 July 2024) announced a series of initial steps towards ending the crisis in …

Steps to unlocking water data capability

The water sector has made good progress with digitisation – the capturing of data for storage and processing – writes Ruth Clarke, head of digital, Xylem UK and Ireland.

This large-scale analogue-to-digital conversion means there iscertainly no shortage of …

Emerging Talent – Blog Post

How different generations could benefit the water industry workforce

At the most recent Emerging Talent Group meeting in May, the group focused on analysing the different generations in society and understanding how their strengths and weaknesses could be used to …

NATCEM 35 Approved for use at ZERO Degrees

Working in freezing conditions can be challenging for Civil Engineering projects, as many cement-based products are ineffective below 5°C. Natural Cement is pleased to announce that our NATCEM 35 is now approved for use in Public Water Supplies at temperatures