Industry regulator Ofwat said the average bill will fall by 12% before inflation as part of a price review conducted every five years.Read the full story ›
Residents in Leighton Buzzard and the surrounding area have been posting to social media to complain about the issue.Read the full story ›
Ofwat said its latest price review is the ‘most far-reaching’ ever undertaken and will see an extra £12 billion invested.Read the full story ›
Serious pollution incidents causing damage to rivers and wildlife in England increased last year, according to the agency’s annual report.Read the full story ›
Mr Robertson has only been in post for three years and will leave the company at the end of June.Read the full story ›
Water companies say wet wipes don't break down and as a result, are blocking sewers, costing them and tax payers £90 million each year.Read the full story ›
The Drinking Water Quality Regulator has raised concerns about possible health risks.Read the full story ›
Experts said increased fluid intake over a short period of time could cause confusion, vomiting and speech disturbance.Read the full story ›
Severn Trent Water say there is no time frame for when residents will have their water supplies restored.Read the full story ›
A further 86,000 homes in Lancashire have been told they no longer need to boil water after an outbreak of a parasitic bug.
United Utilities lifted restrictions in Chorley, Preston and South Ribble following work to remove the cryptosporidium bug.
On Thursday, the notice was lifted for 80,000 homes in the region.
Some schools have been warned the notice may still be in place when pupils return from the summer holidays.
United Utilities said it has arranged for 174 schools to be supplied with bottled water while the notice is still in effect.