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BOURNEMOUTH WATER OWNER SHARES £20M WITH CUSTOMERS
In an industry first, Bournemouth Water’s owner South West Water will soon be sharing £20 million with customers after outperforming its last business plan. From Monday (21 September) customers are being invited to choose how they would like to receive their £20.
Social Market Foundation Report on cost of water nationalisation – Bournemouth Water statement
A spokesperson for South West Water, which owns Bournemouth Water, said: “This is the second authoritative report from a respected think tank highlighting the massive cost to the taxpayer if the water industry was to be nationalised. It questions whether the necessary future investment in water infrastructure would be publicly and...
Bournemouth Water Assurance Plan Consultation
The plan covers both the South West and Bournemouth areas and follows on from South West Water’s ‘Risks, Strengths and Weaknesses’ statement in January. The draft plan is available here and South West Water encourages your feedback to be provided to email@example.com
Ed Mitchell appointed deputy chair of Bournemouth Water’s Customer Challenge Group
The Group, to be known as the WaterFuture Customer Panel (WFCP), will assist and challenge Bournemouth Water during the three-year development of the company's next regulated business plan, which will run from 2020 to 2025.
Nick Buckland appointed Chair of new Customer Challenge Group for Bournemouth Water
The Customer Challenge Group (CCG) will help to ensure that during the development of the new business plan, customer views and priorities are adequately addressed and activities and outcomes are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.
South West Growth Fund delivers £2.3 million business boost
23 businesses from Cornwall to Gloucestershire are now benefitting from grants totalling £2.3million from the South West Growth Fund. These first grants from the fund, which was launched last year by Plymouth University’s GAIN team, SWMAS Ltd, Bournemouth Water Business Services and the Western Morning News, will deliver 300 new jobs...