Every five years we update our water resources management plan (WRMP), which looks at how we’ll keep your taps running while striking that delicate balance between protecting the environment and keeping bills affordable.
We’re in the early stages of preparing our next plan which will be published in 2024. As part of that we’re working closely with the Water Resources in the South East group which looks at how future water will be supplied across the whole of the South East, not just within our supply area.
Water Resources in the South East has published Future Water Requirements for South East England which looks at how much additional water will be needed for the region between 2025 and 2100. It also considers what we, as a water company, maybe required to do alongside industry, agriculture and power generation companies to keep taps running.
Working alongside our partners at Water Resources in the South East we would like to hear your views on this as well as any other ideas you may have, which could include new sources of water, catchment solutions or innovative demand management solutions.
Please click here to view the document and find out how you can share your views.
The deadline to submit your feedback is 17 April 2020.
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