Incidents In my area
We've resolved the issue in PE28, which was causing some customers in the Woodhurst and Old Hurst areas to experience low pressure.
We're sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Posted: 20 July 2021, 09:53
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Annual performance 2021 figures published
We have published our annual review of operating and financial performance results
Leisure Operator Water Charter
We are endorsing the Leisure Sector's Water Charter
Children's water-saving poster competition back for the second year running
Following the success of last year's competition, we're once again asking children to design a poster which encourages people to save water.
Cross-country pipeline project
Work is due to start on an essential cross-country pipeline project
Have your say on our drought plan
Our draft drought plan for the next five years is now online and we would like your feedback.
Affordable bills for all customers under new proposals
Proposals outline an end to water poverty and an increase in support for millions of households across England and Wales.
£40m Water Breakthrough Challenge calls for new wave of innovation
A £40 million innovation competition – the Water Breakthrough Challenge – launches today to spark ambitious innovation and new ways of working in the water sector.
Make every drop count - water's worth saving
We're supporting Water UK and Waterwise in a new campaign to raise awareness of the pressures on the UK’s water resources
Successful cover crops scheme expanded
Entrade, our novel cover crops scheme, has been a success again this year.
PEBBLE fund open for applications
Local groups can apply for our PEBBLE fund, ‘Projects that Explore Biodiversity Benefits in the Local Environment’.
Andy Willicott appointed to board of WRE
Andy Willicott, our managing director has been appointed to the board of Water Resources East.
COVID-19 has changed the way people think about water
A third of people in the East of England say the focus on hygiene during the pandemic has increased the value they place on water