The UK is hopefully entering a “post-pandemic” period and businesses are now adapting their models to maximise trade. The retail sector is working with councils around the country on new outdoor spaces becoming permanent; offices are closing and flexible working practices are being adopted; the decline of cash payments is
New reports have revealed that millions of UK businesses are still not taking advantage of available savings on their water.
Just over a month has passed since the English business water market became deregulated, allowing businesses with premises in the UK to choose who they buy their water from and to negotiate the best deal on their contract.
Water deregulation is upon us this week. After months of speculation about players, licenses, and most of all prices, we’re about to find out what impact the changes will have on businesses. As always, there are rumours and opinions floating around about what will happen. Here’s what we know to be
The impending deregulation of the water industry in England represents a great opportunity for businesses to save significant amounts of money on their utility bills.
The imminent deregulation of the water industry in England presents a fresh opportunity to make some GREAT business savings when it comes to business utility costs.