Today (21 November) there has been media coverage of a report by Surfers Against Sewage which claims 60% of inland swimming spots that they monitored would be classified as ‘poor’ if officially designated as bathing waters. To note, it is …
Today we are looking at coverage of a consultation launched on Saturday on banning wet wipes that contain plastic.
An article published in The Times today covering Environment Agency inspections has said checks on water companies and individuals are drawing too much water from English rivers and aquifers have fallen over the last four years. At the same time, …
The Consumer Council for Water has today published a report on the complaints made to water companies in England and Wales by households in 2022-23 and several media outlets including the Independent, Mirror, Sun, Telegraph and Guardian have covered it. …
Today water companies are publishing draft business plans which set out their proposed spending from 2025 to 2030.
New changes have been brought to the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill (LURB) to help better protect England's chalk streams
Today, we are responding to a letter from the House of Lords Industry and Regulators Committee on regulation of the water industry.
The High Court has rejected claims that the government’s Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan is unlawful,
Today’s blog sets out the government and Environment Agency response to an investigation update from the OEP.
Today, we are responding to BBC coverage on storm overflows