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Work gets underway on Welsh Water’s £31 million pound investment at Bryn Cowlyd

Welsh Water has started work on a £31 million pound investment scheme which will ensure nearly 100,000 customers in Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Conwy and surrounding areas continue to receive a top quality drinking water supply.


Welsh Water keeps prices below inflation and extends help to customers struggling to pay

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s average household bill will remain unchanged compared to last year making it the seventh consecutive year that the average household bill be below the rate of RPI inflation.


Helicopter lends a helping hand to repair water main

Welsh Water scaled new heights in Dolgarrog, Conwy this week as a helicopter was bought in to help out with repairs to a pipe located in a remote area on the Carneddau mountains.


Welsh Water buys Lisvane and Llanishen reservoirs

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has confirmed that it has acquired two high profile reservoirs, Lisvane and Llanishen, in Cardiff.


Welsh Water delivers strong performance for 2014-15

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water today welcomed a report published by the independent consumer watchdog, Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) – ‘Delving into Water’ – which highlights their achievements for 2014-15 and looks at the challenges facing the water sector in 2016.


Welsh Water appoints new Chair for Customer Challenge Group

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water - the water and sewerage provider to over three million people across most of Wales, Herefordshire and parts of Deeside - has today confirmed that it has appointed a new chair for its Customer Challenge Group (CCG).


Glas Cymru Cyf Restructure Proposal

Glas Cymru Cyfyngedig, the not-for-profit owner of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, is in discussion with its Members and lenders to restructure the group in order to increase its ability to pursue limited commercial activities to widen the range of its service to customers and to adapt to changes in the water sector.


Architectural Commendation for Llandegfedd Reservoir’s new Visitor and Watersports Centre

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s latest multi-million pound Visitor Centre near Pontypool, South Wales, has been awarded a special judges' commendation in the Dewi-Prys Thomas Prize 2015. The award celebrates good design in the built environment in Wales.