Using Wellbeing Impact in Asset Optioneering- Costain/Spring

This document outlines a collaborative project led by Costain, in partnership with the UK Water Partnership (UKWP) and several other stakeholders. The project aims to measure and monetize the wellbeing impact of improving water quality through investments in combined Sewer Outfalls (CSOs). This innovative approach integrates wellbeing considerations into business cases for water infrastructure, reflecting […]

Future Water Resilient Places

Consultation February 2024 In advance of reaching out to other key sectors for their views on water and place, we are seeking to answer the following questions from a water sector perspective. Please use the following link to the survey. Click here Background Place Resilience and place-based working are prominent in policy across government and […]

Newsletter January 2024

Explore the great collective achievements of The UK Water Partnership and its members in 2023. Reflect on a fantastic year and gear up for an even more successful 2024!Our latest issue dives into the key insights from the UK Water Industry Summit in November which brought together key partners to discuss how to better collaborate on […]

Business Plan 2023/24

Water First Our Business Plan outlines the UKWP’s strategy, goals, and operational approach and provides an update on the current and legacy workstreams. “Our Impact,” describes the positive effect that our activities have on the UK water sector and beyond. “Our Objectives” outlines the specific targets we aim to achieve. “Our Enablers” describes the key […]

UKWP-DBT Water Resilience Showcase

On Wednesday 28 and Friday 30 June 2023 the UK Water Partnership and the UK Department for Business and Trade (DBT) co-hosted a Water Resilience Showcase. Aimed at disseminating globally the resilience capability of the UK industry, the hybrid event featured fifteen presentations on various areas of resilience showcasing case studies, learnings and opportunities for […]

UKWP Newsletter Issue 2 – June 2023

Please enjoy the second issue of the UKWP newsletter. This issue provides updates on the current workstreams and information on upcoming meetings and events. Additionally, Professor Andrew Tyler has provided a thought leadership piece on the Forth Valley Environmental Resilience Array (Forth-ERA) as an exemplar for digital water across the UK.