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Ofwat figures speak for themselves


I read the NCE expert panel's 'fair' grading of the nation's water infrastructure and its statement that '. . . the problems of under-investment have been largely eliminated. . .' with incredulity.

Ofwat figures show £20.4bn of water and wastewater assets nationally in 'poor' or 'awful' condition. This compares with £6.4bn allocated to water companies for capital maintenance over the next five years. Fair? Really?

Jim Bostock (M),

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