We are thrilled to confirm our repairs to the Gorrell Tank car park have been completed a month ahead of schedule and will be re-open by Saturday 28 May.
Southern Water scooped a runner-up award at the sixth annual Guardian Sustainable Business Awards last night (Thursday 26 May) for their universal metering programme.
My name is Josephine Leggett. I am 14 years old and I go to Downlands Community School in Hassocks.
A team from Southern Water’s fat, oil, grease and unflushables programme were delighted to attend a community day at the Gurdwara Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib in
Sixteen beaches in the Southern Water region – including a record seven in Thanet, Kent - have been awarded Blue Flags.
Our crews worked through the night to repair a burst main in East Cowes.
Mike Goody, Southern Water’s newest ‘Learn to Swim’ ambassador, opens up about why he wants to help children with disabilities get into swimming .
We’re pleased to say that supply has been restored to customers in the BN17 area of Littlehampton.
Our crews are working to fix to a 12 inch burst main along Worthing Road, Littlehampton.
Customers in the Bitterne Road West area of Southampton may be experiencing poor pressure or temporary loss of water supply.
To mark the start of bathing water season (May 15) Southern Water is launching a campaign to celebrate our coastline - and help people play a part in keeping beaches beautiful.
We’re carrying out emergency works at one of our pumping stations in Five Oak Green Road on the B2017, Kent.
Our team have been working tirelessly to get Bishopstoke Lane re-opened following two burst mains on Tuesday 3 May.
We’ve identified a small leak on a pipe in Worthing High Street.
We have completed fixing the 10 inch burst main in Bishopstoke Lane yesterday and re-laid tarmac over the road - which is currently setting.
Southern Water is working closely with food and catering businesses in Storrington to help them understand the impact the way they currently dispose of fat, oil and grease has on both the drains and sewers, and the environment.
Southern Water has just marked the first anniversary of its £1.4 million investment in a five-year programme to keep the South East’s sewers running clear of fat, oil, grease and other unflushables, such as wet wipes, tampons and nappies.
We received reports of a burst 10-inch main on Bishopstoke Lane between Eastleigh & Brambridge at 6am today (Tuesday 3 May).