Posted: Friday 2nd August 2013

New Water Infrastructure Capital Delivery Framework Agreement extends relationship with Yorkshire Water into AMP6 regulatory cycle.

Morrison Utility Services, the leading utility services provider in the UK, has been awarded a five-year extension to its existing Capital Delivery Framework Agreement with Yorkshire Water. The agreement extends Morrison Utility Services’ relationship with Yorkshire Water into the AMP6 regulatory period, commencing in 2015 and running until 2020.

As a chosen service partner for the Yorkshire Water AMP6 Framework Agreement, Morrison Utility Services will support the delivery of an investment programme designed to continue to guarantee a resilient and secure supply of safe drinking water to almost 5 million people and 140,000 businesses across the Yorkshire region.

Morrison Utility Services will continue to work on Yorkshire Water’s clean water infrastructure assets, carrying out investigation works to design and deliver appropriate totex solutions. The new contract will operate alongside Morrison Utility Services’ existing Water Services Agreement contract undertaking repair, maintenance and metering services on Yorkshire Water’s networks.

Charles Morrison, Chief Executive, Morrison Utility Services, comments:

“We are delighted to have secured this extension to continue our long term relationship with Yorkshire Water and we look forward to supporting the delivery of engineering services that will result in serviceability improvements in the supply of water to customers. We would anticipate that the value of work in AMP6, assuming a similar workload to AMP5, could be in the region of £50m to £75m. Over recent years we have forged an excellent, collaborative relationship with Yorkshire Water and our focus now is to continually drive improvements whilst keeping disruption to customers to a minimum. We will also look to continue to identify, invest in and deploy innovative processes and solutions that are safe, cost effective and ensure the customer’s experience remains positive”.

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