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The water and sewerage companies are looking raise £16.9 million. It will keep the banks and lawyers busy.
Local outcomes bring the water home.
The departure of Bill Emery and a move to a commission structure may open the way for UK water sector mergers.
After a very dry winter and the beginning of a hot summer, drought is starting to bite across Europe, with water use restrictions being introduced across Italy, Spain, France and the UK.
The 2005-2010 investment period in the UK is taking shape.
The EU wants to play a bigger role as a major funder of water services in poor countries. Olivia Jensen reports on the new EU-ACP Water Facility.
Severn Trent has appointed 22 contractors and consultants to carry out its £2.2 billion capital investment programme over the next five years.
After three tough years, European water stocks have finally rewarded investors. Will 2005 match last year’s success?
Veolia takes a leading position in the Italian market. It may require patience.