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After changes were proposed to Code for Adoption Arrangements, Ofwat has written to water companies to encourage them to ensure more consistency between their own staff, contractors and self-lay providers (SLPs). SLPs voiced concerns that their accreditation expectations versus water company staff posed a barrier to competition and made it more difficult for workers to move between employers
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Submissions for 15 strategic water resource schemes have been put forward to Regulators’ Alliance for Progressing Infrastructure Development (RAPID) as part of resilience plans, with the intention of being shovel ready by the start of AMP8
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Ofwat has confirmed its decision to approve the first four projects under the RAPID scheme to improve resilience through collaborations between water companies.
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Utility Week print editor Suzanne Heneghan comments on a new 'flood moment' for the industry and the nation
Comment
Industry has long been anticipating the National Infrastructure Commission’s report on regulation, but is the reality a “missed opportunity”, as some are claiming? Suzanne Heneghan discusses.
Comment
The infrastructure across Northern Ireland is bursting at its seams according to the chairman of the publicly-owned company who pleaded for extra funding required for essential maintenance.
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Events at the Todbrook reservoir are a reminder that more needs to be done to cope with the nation’s ageing utilities infrastructure.
Opinion
With the government leaning on infrastructure providers to do more for less – and to do it quickly – off-site manufacturing offers a cost-effective way to boost productivity, says KPMG's Jonathan White
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