Who owns Welsh Water?

Dwr Cymru (holdings) LtdDŵr Cymru / Parent organization

Why is Welsh Water not for profit?

Welsh Water is a ‘not-for-profit company’ which has been owned by Glas Cymru since 2001. Welsh Water does not have shareholders, and any financial surpluses are reinvested in the business for the benefit of customers.

How can I get in touch with Welsh Water?

Still have a question?

  1. Speak to our operations team: 0800 052 0130. 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.
  2. Speak to our Billing team: 0800 052 0145.
  3. Speak to our Developer Services team: 0800 917 2652.
  4. If you’d prefer to speak to us in Welsh. 0800 052 6058.
  5. Bogus caller / checking a visiting officers identity: 0800 281 141.

Is Welsh Water privately owned?

a private company with no shareholders, financed in the capital markets, with no government support; and.

How much does the CEO of Welsh Water earn?

Welsh Water chief executive Chris Jones was paid a massive £768,000 last year. The organisation, which has taken out TV adverts to boast of being “not for profit”, is Wales’ biggest water provider.

Why is Welsh Water so good?

Welsh Water provides safe and reliable drinking water to over 1.4 million homes and businesses, making us the sixth largest of the 23 water companies in England and Wales. We have impounding reservoirs, which are water storage areas. These are mainly created by building dams across river valleys and upland areas.

Does Welsh Water supply England?

Water supply to England Most Welsh lakes supply the nation itself with water, however, there are lakes and reservoirs which supply England.

How do I get a refund from Welsh Water?

For domestic and small commercial properties:

  1. You can complete the application form in our booklet and return to us at Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, PO Box 690, Cardiff, CF3 5WL.
  2. You can call us on 0800 052 0145. We’re open 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am to 1.00pm on Saturdays.

Is Welsh water safe to drink?

Who is the CEO of Welsh Water?

Peter Perry (Apr 1, 2020–)Dŵr Cymru / CEO

Who owns the reservoirs in Wales?

Dŵr Cymru / Welsh Water
The Elan Estate is now owned by Dŵr Cymru / Welsh Water who are responsible for the Visitor Centre, the dams and reservoirs, the woodlands and most of the Elan Valley Trail. The Estate covers an area of 80 square kilometres that includes twelve Sites of Special Scientific Interest, and a National Nature Reserve.