25 Years of Water Privatisation
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The privatisation of the UK water sector was a bold and unique experiment. Dogged by controversy and viewed by many at the time as an outrage, the privatisation was necessitated by the huge need for investment in the country’s creaking water infrastructure in the face of stringent new European standards. Whether you believe it worked, will depend on your political colours and how you choose to define its original objectives. But one thing’s for sure, the UK water sector is thriving. It is staffed by hundreds of thousands of individuals, who take immense pride in the public service they provide. And 25 years on, Utility Week and our sister titles WWT and WET News believe that is something worth celebrating in this book marking a quarter-century of water privatisation.
This special report includes analysis from independent, long-standing sector analyst Nigel Hawkins alongside interviews and contributions from some of the sector’s key leaders including Jonson Cox, Sir Ian Byatt and Lord Moynihan. The report has the highest production values, and will be an object to keep, consider and refer to long after its distribution.
25 Years of Water Privatisation is a comprehensive overview of the 25 years since privatisation
- Exclusive financial analysis by market analyst Nigel Hawkins
- Exclusive interviews and comment from market leaders