Today’s blog outlines the Environment Agency’s response to an investigation by BBC Panorama
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, …
Today, we are responding to a letter from the House of Lords Industry and Regulators Committee on regulation of the water industry.
Today, we are responding to BBC coverage on storm overflows
In this blog we look at Minister Pow’s visit to Norfolk and the work being done by the government to boost water security in the region and England as a whole.
Defra’s response to coverage of Greenpeace Unearthed findings about storm overflows and protected sites.
Today’s blog outlines widespread coverage on Thames Water
Defra and Environment Agency reaction following a national apology from Water UK, on behalf of water and sewage companies, for not acting quickly enough on sewage spills.
Today, we are looking at coverage following Ofwat’s announcement that their funding capacity will be bolstered by £11 million in additional funding from HMT.
This government wants clean and safe rivers, lakes and seas, and we have been clear that we will hold water companies to account if they do not comply with our environmental regulations.