We have published Water Resources Market Information Tables to allow third parties to put forward options to supply water resources or provide demand management or leakage services. We will then be able to assess these options and see how they compare with the ones that are currently identified in our draft Water Resources Management Plan 2019.

Our region is divided into 28 water resources zones (WRZs), this is defined as the largest area of a company’s supply system where all customers have the same water supply risk and is the level at which water resources are planned. 

For each of our 28 water resource zones, there is a spreadsheet detailing water resources information, along with a set of GIS files outlining the boundary of the zone. Details of the WRZs that are in deficit and require measures to maintain the balance between supply and demand over the planning period are documented in our draft plan.