Over half of households struggle with bills in the past year

Only three-in-ten customers are aware of available financial support from water companies, new Ofwat survey shows

Ofwat launches investigation into Welsh Water leakage performance

The investigation aims to assess the accuracy of Welsh Water’s performance figures

Probe launched into South West Water’s leakage data accuracy

Ofwat has initiated an enforcement investigation into South West Water, probing the reliability of reported leakage data

Water bills to soar as sewage scandals mount

Water suppliers in England plan to spend £10 billion to tackle sewage spills, resulting in increased bills for customers, causing public outrage

UK water regulator gets £11m boost

Ofwat has secured a funding increase of £11.3 million, allowing them to triple their enforcement capacity and hold water companies accountable for their shortcomings

Sewer overhaul: Thames Water flush with investment for upgrade plans!

The water company has pledged to double its investment in sewage-related infrastructure, committing to spending £1.6 billion over the next two years

South West introduces hosepipe ban with £1k fine for water use

A hosepipe ban has been extended to most of Devon, affecting around 390,000 homes

It’s probably impossible to weatherproof the water network, says Ofwat chief

According to Ofwat Chair, Iain Coucher, the cost of weatherproofing the network would be so high that it would be prohibitive

Ofwat approves £1.6bn investment for UK water infrastructure

The investments in 31 schemes are expected to improve water resilience, storm overflows and reduce nutrient pollution

Water companies face unlimited fines for dumping sewage

The government reportedly plans to introduce unlimited fines for water companies found guilty of dumping sewage into rivers and seas