Kelda’s main subsidiary is Yorkshire Water, which provides water and sewerage services to 4.7 million people and 130,000 businesses in the Yorkshire region. Its activities are regulated by the Water Services Regulation Authority, Ofwat. Use this link to access the Yorkshire Water website.
Kelda Water Services (KWS) manages Kelda’s non-regulated water and waste water contract operations. It is now the second biggest player in the UK market for outsourced clean and waste water services. Use this link to access the Kelda Water Services website.
Born out of Yorkshire Water and part of the Kelda Group, Three Sixty is a new breed of water services company. In April 2017 businesses in England will be able to choose their water retailer for the first time, and that’s why Three Sixty has been created. Although most people will know Three Sixty best for water retailing, they offer a wide range of products and services that are designed to help their customers to save money and time, become more responsible and sustainable, and help to reduce risk. To find out more click here.
The Kelda Group was delisted from the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday, February 12th, 2008, following acquisition by the infrastructure fund, Saltaire Water.