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Thames Water plans record investment to turnaround performance

Thames Water Utilities Finance plc announces that Thames Water has submitted its business plan for 2025-30 to Ofwat as part of Price Review 2024 (PR24) following consultations with nearly 20,000 customers, the communities in which it operates and its wider stakeholders.

Thames Water engineer works to replace mains pipe

Thames Water starts £20 million project to protect East London water supply

01/03 13:00

Thames Water is investing £20 million upgrading over 1,300 meters of ageing water mains pipes in East London. 

Image shows pipes across a country field during construction

Thames Water on track to deliver £45 million supply upgrade in Swindon

15/02 11:00

Thames Water has reached the final stages of its project to protect future water supply across Swindon. The £45 million project includes a new 13.7km pipeline which runs between Faringdon and Blunsdon. 

Engineers using a standpipe

Thames Water cracks down on illegal water connections

15/02 10:00

Thames Water is clamping down on illegal water connections, with Bellway Homes being ordered to pay more than £10,000 for connecting to an unauthorised and unlicenced standpipe to the clean water main, on two separate occasions at developments in Taplow and Greenhithe.

Artist illustration of the proposed South East Strategic Reservoir (SESRO)

Thames Water awards Technical Partner Framework to support future infrastructure

13/02 10:00

Thames Water has implemented a Technical Partner Framework to support the delivery of its Strategic Resource Options (SRO) Programme.

Engineers using a camera to check the sewers

Thames Water to remove ‘concreteberg’ in Hammersmith and Fulham sewer following sewer abuse

12/02 10:00

Thames Water will be closing parts of North End Road, London for six weeks as the water company starts work to remove a large concreteberg, which was dumped down its sewers.

An engineer reviewing the high tech lining

Thames Water to start work on £20 million pipe upgrade in Islington in order to future-proof water supply in the capital

09/02 16:00

On Monday 12 February, the UK’s largest water company is commencing work to future-proof water supply in the capital. 

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Thames Water launches apprenticeship applications to kick off National Apprenticeships Week

05/02 15:30

Thames Water is searching for a new cohort of apprentices who want to learn while working and to build skills throughout their working career.

An aerial view of Mogden STW

Poo power to heat homes in West London as Thames Water continues to reduce its carbon footprint

17/01 12:30

Thames Water has announced sewage sludge will be used to heat homes in West London early this year, after successfully delivering its second gas-to-grid project, at its Mogden Sewage Treatment Works. 

A person in a green jumper pours oil from a frying pan into a glass jar.

Don't let custard and gravy block your waste pipes

21/12 12:06

This festive season Thames Water is highlighting the perils of pouring gravy, fats, oils and greases from festive meals down the drain. 

Thames Water installs 1 million smart meters

Thames Water installs 1 million smart meters

20/12 12:30

The UK’s largest water and wastewater company has hit a major milestone by installing more than 1 million smart meters across the South East of England.

Chris Weston Chief Executive Officer of Thames Water Utilities Limited

New Chief Executive Officer

14/12 07:00

Thames Water Utilities Finance plc announces the appointment of Chris Weston as Chief Executive Officer of Thames Water Utilities Limited (“Thames Water” or the “Company”) with effect from 8 January 2024.

A man in a yellow waterproof holds a fish.

Stamp of approval for Channelsea River

07/12 13:40

A new study of the Channelsea River and surrounding watercourses in East London has found the water quality of the rivers are improving.