Ofwat to crack down on water company executive bonuses

Ofwat plans to ensure customers don’t fund executive bonuses that aren’t earned through company performance

Government accused of “lost decade” in preparing for climate change impacts

The Climate Change Committee has found that only five out of 45 adaptation outcomes across different sectors of the UK economy had fully credible planning in place

How could watermelons and beers help Britons through blackouts?

Staying hydrated in the case of an extreme water shortage is essential, according to reported leaked government documents

Yorkshire lifts hosepipe ban

The water company introduced a hosepipe ban in August

Ofwat closes enforcement case into Yorkshire Water

The water regulator was concerned that the company had weak levels of financial resilience

Drinking treated sewage is the future, says EA chief

Sir James Bevan has said people need to be “less squeamish” about where drinking water comes from

The sewage storm after the calm!

Unspecified amounts of untreated sewage were reportedly discharged onto 50 beaches in England and Wales this week

Time for a water grid?

The government is considering a plan that will enable water supply transfers between regions

People queuing to get bottled water as taps run dry in Surrey

Thames Water has received fierce criticism over the failure of its welfare services during the heatwave

Village becomes ‘UK’s first’ area to run out of water

Villagers of Northend, Oxfordshire have been given bottled water