Albion news

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  • Albion Water is making progress with its application to extend its services to Knowle Water Meadows

  • Albion Water has published an updated draft Water Resources Management Plan and associated tables along with a Statement of Response to the views expressed on our draft plan.

  • To mark its bicentenary, the Institution of Civil Engineers has produced a commemorative album entitled Shaping the World.

  • A notice under Section 8 of the Water Industry Act 1991 has been submitted in relation to an application for a variation to Albion Water’s appointment as a sewerage undertaker for an area of land north of Knowle Village near Fareham, Hampshire.

  • Summer is finally here and not only that but we’ve had one of the hottest June’s in decades, with forecasters predicting the heatwave will stay well into July. Roads have been melting, railway tracks have been buckling and wildfire’s have been raging!

  • Albion Water has published its draft Water Resources Management Plan. The plan outlines how, over the next 25 years, we will provide reliable water supplies to our customers.

  • Albion Water welcomes the publication of the government’s 25-Year Environment Plan and is a strong advocate of driving down water use, particularly in relation to new housing development.

  • Albion employees volunteered for a day of nature conservation work at Upper Rissington in February.

  • Albion Water’s Business Support Manager Kayleigh Adams writes for Quality World Magazine on the importance CSR.

  • Albion Water’s CEO Dr Jerry Bryan was invited to the House of Lords as a guest speaker by the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum to speak at a parliamentary seminar focused on the benefits and feasibility of integrated approaches to water and infrastructure management and Chaired by the Earl of Selborne.