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21 March 2017

Work to reduce the risk of flooding starts in Spalding

New manhole covers and chambers are being installed to reduce the risk of flooding in Spalding. 

20 March 2017

Anglian Water contributes £100k to protect Norfolk coast from flooding

 Anglian Water is contributing £100,000 of funding to the Wash East Coastal Management Strategy to help protect the North Norfolk Coast.

16 March 2017

Chatterton Tower facelift gets underway

Anglian Water will start preparations to repaint the iconic Chatterton Tower in Spalding, starting 20 March. 

All news

    1. 13 March 2017

      Water company unveils multi-million pound investment to replace mains in Ipswich

      An Anglian Water scheme costing £3.4 million to replace and improve a large stretch of water main in the Belstead area of Ipswich is due to begin in April this year. 

    2. 10 March 2017

      Chatterton Tower facelift gets underway.

      We’re repainting Chatterton Water Tower in Spalding. 

    3. 07 March 2017

      Biggest ever year for water apprenticeships

      Anglian Water has today announced plans to recruit more apprentices than ever before in it’s biggest ever recruitment year. 

    4. 02 March 2017

      Sewer repairs starting in Cambridge

      Work to repair a damaged sewer on Regent Street, Cambridge will start next week. 

    5. 27 February 2017

      Claydon to get over £1million investment to tackle water leaks

      Anglian Water is investing £1.2million to wage a war on leaks from water pipes in Claydon near Ipswich. 

    6. 09 February 2017

      Energy and utilities businesses unite to address the skills gap

      221,000 new recruits needed in the next 10 years. 

    7. 06 February 2017

      Lincoln's sewers get £800,000 upgrade

      Nearly three kilometres of sewers under the city of Lincoln are being refurbished next month with a massive £800,000 investment from Anglian Water. 

    8. 19 January 2017

      Anglian Water uses drones with thermal imaging in fight against water leaks

      Anglian Water has become the first water company to trial thermal imaging drones to detect leaking water pipes. 

    9. 17 January 2017

      Rutland wins Keep Britain Tidy’s coveted award for Innovation

      Anglian Water’s Rutland Water Park has won a Green Flag Special Innovation award from Keep Britain Tidy. 

 

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