Future of water resources discussed at Wales Millennium Centre

The future of water resources and the natural environment in Wales will come under the spotlight at the Consumer Council for Water’s (CCWater) Board meeting in public on Tuesday, November 3.

The watchdog is set to host a wide-ranging discussion in Cardiff examining the Wales Water Strategy and the role CCWater has to play in protecting the interests of Welsh consumers.

Senior officials from Welsh Government will join the discussion on the strategy, which maps out its vision for a thriving water environment that delivers value for money for consumers over the next 20 years

Consumers will also have the chance to hear what the water watchdog has been doing to speak up for their interests over the past six months.

Alan Lovell, Chair of CCWater said: “We’ll be grappling with some really important issues that reinforce the need for a strong voice for consumers in Wales. Consumers can hear how we intend to protect their interests now and in the future.

Consumers with their own burning issues or concerns can raise them during a short session mid-way through the meeting, which starts at 11am in the David Morgan Room at Wales Millennium Centre

For further information or if you plan to attend please contact Board Secretary Gary Fisher on 0121 345 1042 or email gary.fisher@ccwater.org.uk

The board papers for the meeting can be found here (pdf)


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