Millions of customers to be hit by new hosepipe ban

People in Kent and Sussex will reportedly be hit by a new ban from 12th August

People’s trust in water companies at its lowest point since 2011

The number of people who find that water charges are fair dropped last year, according to a report

Water firms blocked from paying dividends if resilience is at risk

Companies that don’t link dividend payments to the environment and customers could face enforcement action

England “faces the worst drought since 1976”

The Isle of Man has introduced a hosepipe ban

“Six large UK water retailers received more complaints from businesses last year”

Water Plus, Clear Business Water, SES Business Water and Castle Water generate the greatest number of written complaints, according to the Consumer Council for Water

Dangerous undertones for London’s water supply!

Is the capital about to run out of water? Pop star turned activist Feargal Sharkey thinks so

Ofwat launches investigation into South West Water’s environmental performance

The water regulator has opened enforcement cases against six major companies

Southern Water appoints Lawrence Gosden as new CEO

Mr Gosden, who spent 12 years at Thames Water in a variety of senior executive positions, will take on the new role from 1st July 2022

Severn Trent begins £78m bathing water project

The project will see 49 kilometres of river improved while creating two trial bathing quality stretches

Ofwat calls on water firms to support struggling customers

The water regulator has urged companies to deal sensitively with people with money issues