Winter Water Resources FAQs
FAQS about why Temporary Use Bans (hosepipe bans) are still in place, when the restrictions will be lifted, and what companies are doing to improve the situation.
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Briefing Paper on managing water supplies during summer 2018 and preparing for 2019
A record of the water industry’s actions successfully managing water resources in the long, hot summer of 2018 has been published.
Planning for the long term
Customers’ number one priority for the water industry is safe, reliable supplies of water at a price they can afford. To deliver this, it’s critically important that the water industry plans for the long term, because decisions and investments made today will determine the level of service that the industry can provide well into the future.
Response to "Land Registry, Wider Powers and Local Land Charges” and the Government’s response
Water UK is pleased to be able to respond to the Land Registry.
Water UK response to Efra Committee report on regulation
Water UK Chief Executive Michael Roberts has responded to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee report on regulation of the water industry.
Letter to the Secretary of State
Water UK has written to Secretary of State for the Environment, Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, on the subject of leakage.
Response to Environmental Performance Assessment
Water UK Chief Executive, Michael Roberts, has responded to the Environment Agency's Environmental Performance Assessment.
A revision of the Water Framework Directive
The water industry has begun to think about what it would like to see from a revision of the Water Framework Directive.