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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While the water companies get most of the blame, behind them stands the shadowy figure of the water regulator, the Director General of Ofwat (the Office of Water Services).
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.
(Public services such as water suppliers, power suppliers, and broadcasters, have regulators whose names have the prefix 'Of' - Ofwat (Office of Water Services); Ofgem (office of Gas and Electricity Markets; and Ofcom (Office of Communications))
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 six-month consultation will identify changes that will be required over the next five years and will help Severn Trent Water meet the AMP4 operational targets set by OFWAT (Office of Water Services) that come into force in 2005.
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.
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