Water Services Regulation Authority

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Water Services Regulation Authority

a body corporate established for the purpose of carrying out Crown functions in relation to water.
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United Utilities in the North West and Thames Water in the South East both missed their targets by millions of litres a day, according to a study from the water regulator, the Office of Water Services (Ofwat United Utilities reported rising leakage for the third year running, according to the report.
Industry watchdog Ofwat ( the office of water services ( sets targets, which the team is successfully meeting, and exceeding.
Industry watchdog Ofwat - the office of water services - sets targets, which the team is successfully meeting, and exceeding.
The Office of Water Services (OFWAT) is gathering for views on the takeover of Northumbrian Water.
The Office of Water Services has published plans to improve the minimum standards of customer service that water companies in England and Wales must maintain and the compensation consumers should receive if they fail to meet them.
But neither company accepted blame for the cuts so the matter was referred to Ofwat - the Office of Water Services.
The industry is regulated by the Director General of Water Services (the DG) who heads the Office of Water Services (Ofwat).
The Office of Water Services said it backed saving water but not widespread paving in gardens by customers.
In England and Wales, the major piece of legislation concerns the price reviews held every 5 years by the Office of Water Services (Ofwat).
The broker also praised Mr Cox, pointing out that he was already playing an important role in improving regulatory relations with the Office of Water Services (Ofwat), the UK water industry regulator.
Managing director Stuart Howarth said the company is asking the director general of the Office of Water Services to allow it to increase its water bills two years into the present five year review period.
The UK water-services market is regulated through the Office of Water Services (Ofwat), with Water Voice providing a mechanism for help and advice for consumers.
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