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Have Your Say On The Future Of Water

Posted on January 24, 2013

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LakeWe are writing to invite you to join in the conversation and have your say on the future of water.

This week we have launched our biggest ever public consultation to ask our customers about their priorities for the future of water services.

Water is essential for healthy living, vibrant communities, a healthy environment and a prosperous economy. We're asking you to play a leading role in our five-year review with the water industry regulator, Ofwat. We want your help to shape the future of local water services – from what we should charge to how we should operate from 2015 to 2020.

Our vision is to transform the way we all value water and use it. That's because this is the driest region in the UK and the fastest growing too. We are also vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, so a lot depends on how carefully we use water resources and how well we secure future supplies.

On our website you can Discover more information about us and this consultation, Discuss your thoughts and ideas, and then help to Decide the future of your water services.

For more and information and to tell us what you think, visit www.discoverdiscussdecide.co.uk or you can call 08457 91 91 55 to request a paper copy of the consultation.

We would also value and appreciate your support in drawing attention to our consultation, which will be open until 10th March. Here's a link to the main consultation document, and some resources you may find useful.

We look forward to hearing from you.

With our best wishes,

Richard Gard
Head of Public Affairs
Anglian Water

Source: Anglian Water

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