Yorkshire Water CEO Email Address

Who is the head of Yorkshire Water?

Liz Barber (Sept 2019–)

Who owns Yorkshire Water?

Kelda Group is a British utility company. It is based in Bradford, England. It was formerly listed on the London Stock Exchange and a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index, but was taken private by a group of investors, Saltaire Water, in 2008. Saltaire Water members include CitiBank and HSBC Holdings.

How much does the CEO of Yorkshire Water earn?

THE boss of Bradford-based Yorkshire Water has pocketed £5.9 million in salary, bonuses, pensions and other benefits over the past five years, a union has claimed. GMB, the union for the water industry, said the company’s CEO – Richard Flint – took home £1.3m in 2017 alone, “seven times more than the Prime Minister”

Is Yorkshire Water owned by the French?

Yorkshire Water is ultimately owned (through a complex series of holding companies) by Kelda Holdings, which is incorporated in Jersey.

How much profit did Yorkshire Water make last year?

The firm made a pre-tax profit of £142.2m in the year to March 31, down from last year’s £186m. Operating profit fell five per cent £330.2m and turnover rose five per cent to £984.2m. Yorkshire Water said its position is in full compliance with the letter and spirit of UK tax law.

How good is Yorkshire water?

Promoted Stories. “Drinking water quality within Yorkshire is already excellent with 99.95% of around 500,000 water tests we carried out in the last year meeting the stringent standards set by the Drinking Water Inspectorate.

How does Yorkshire water make money?

Our customers with a water meter pay for the amount of water they use. Those who don’t have a meter pay a fixed amount for the year. All customers pay a ‘standing charge’. This is a fixed charge which covers things like producing bills and providing and investing in customer service.

How many customers does Yorkshire water have?

24/7, 365, we provide essential water and wastewater services to every corner of the Yorkshire region, and play a key role in the region’s health, wellbeing, and prosperity. That means over 5 million customers, and the millions of people who visit Yorkshire each year, rely on us, every day.