United Utilities to sell stake in Estonian water company for £87.6m

It is United Utilities’ last remaining non-regulated international business activity and is being sold to a consortium led by its existing partner, the City of Tallinn

Water bills drop by a drip! £2 saving from April

Water bills are estimated to be at the same level as a decade ago

NI Water warns it is ‘sinking’ due to ‘chronic underfunding’

The utility warns the country’s failing wastewater infrastructure is unable to take new connections from new homes and businesses, leading to inadequate environmental protection through increased sewer flooding and pollution

Water companies issue warning after record-breaking consumption amid heatwave

Water demand in some parts of the UK has reached a ten-year high, threatening to leave customers without supply

Competition watchdog to examine Ofwat’s price review after appeals

Last December, the regulator said water companies across England and Wales must cut their bills by 12% before 2025

Yorkshire Water appoints Liz Barber as new CEO

She will replace Richard Flint when he retires this September

Northumbrian Water to pay out £1.1m over pollution offences

The financial contributions are expected to go towards environmentally focused work located in and around the areas where the incidents occurred

Severn Trent Water fined £500k for raw sewage discharge at Sutton Park

Sewage had spread across 1.15 hectares – an area slightly bigger than the size of an international rugby pitch

Affinity Water to be sold for £1.6bn

A water company that supplies around 3.6 million homes and businesses in the UK is being sold for £1.6 billion. Morgan Stanley Infrastructure and Infracapital announced the sale to a consortium which includes Allianz Capital Partners, HICL Infrastructure Company Limited and DIF Infrastructure. Under the deal, the consortium will get a 90% stake from the […]

Customer complaints up for half of water suppliers

Almost half of the water industry in England and Wales saw an increase in written customers complaints last year. The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) reveals 10 out of 21 firms reported a rise in written customer complaints and is concerned the downward trend of the previous years could return if companies don’t take positive […]

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