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Community Events


Listening to our customers

Scottish Water provides vital water and waste water services, essential to daily life, to 2.5 million households and 156,000 business premises across Scotland.

We are one of the UK's top performing water companies and Scotland's water sector - led by Scottish Water, is the most trusted by consumers. Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high and, from 1 April 2017, the average household charge in Scotland is lower than the average charge in England and Wales.

We continue to support the development of a low carbon economy in Scotland. In 2015-21, we are delivering a £3.5 billion investment programme, helping to build on improvements to services for the benefit of our customers. This is also helping to support jobs and the economy of Scotland, while protecting
and enhancing the environment.

Community Events

Scottish Water holds regular Community Events which are chaired by our Chief Executive, Douglas Millican or our Chief Operating Officer, Peter Farrer and our Directors. We also hold an Annual Consultative Meeting where our board are in attendance. The intention of these events is for us to listen to your views on Scottish Water and the service we provide in your community.  If you would like to discuss a specific topic please let us know when you register your attendance below.

All community events will be advertised locally and across our social media channels. For more details on these events please call Scottish Water Corporate Affairs on 013838 48335.

Next Community Event

The next event is going to be our Annual Consultative Meeting at The Studio, Glasgow on the 28th August. You may register your attendance for this meeting here. Once registered you will then receive an invitation by letter or email closer to the date of our meeting.

Meetings in 2018

Clackmannanshire, 14th February
Glasgow, 28th August