Scottish Water asks communities to take part in shaping future services

Scottish Water has launched a major consultation encouraging customers to help shape the future of water services in Scotland to 2040.

Scottish Water has launched a major consultation encouraging customers to help shape the future of water services in Scotland to 2040.

The company wants to hear whether customers think it has identified the right priorities to build on past efforts.

Scottish Water is keen to get the views of members of local communities across the country. But hurry. You only have until the 14th February to give your opinions.
Scottish Water is keen to get the views of members of local communities across the country. But hurry. You only have until the 14th February to give your opinions.
Anyone interested in taking part, and we encourage everyone to do so, should visit the Scottish Water website survey.

As Scottish Water explains, “We are seeking your views regarding the future of your water and waste water services and our strategy for these services. We have conducted extensive research and held discussion with customer groups and stakeholders which has informed this consultation.”

“We believe it is important that we consult widely on our future strategy to ensure that our customers and stakeholders can share their views on the future and have confidence that our services will meet their expectations.”

The consultation runs until 12th February 2013 and anyone participating is in with a chance of winning £100 of M&S vouchers.

You can also download a PDF of the booklet Consultation Guide 2012.


Author: pencaitland

Pencaitland Community Council exists to represent the views of local residents about local issues that matter to them. This involves close liaison with other groups in the community and helps to develop a more coherent and dynamic village environment.

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