Group Profile

Our Services

Yorkshire Water

Yorkshire Water manages the collection, treatment and distribution of the region’s water. Approximately 1.3 billion litres of drinking water is supplied every day with just less than 1 billion litres of waste water collected, treated, and returned safely back into the environment.

We serve a population of nearly 5 million people as well as 130,000 businesses.

Our work in managing this natural resource for the benefit of our customers requires careful long-term planning.

Over the period 2010-2015 we will spend around £3.5 billion on operating and improving the region’s water and sewerage infrastructure, providing a major boost to the local economy.

Kelda Water Services

Kelda Water Services (KWS) is a leading water and waste water contract operations company, delivering large scale and long term infrastructure solutions throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

Our operations include delivering services for:

KWS has also more recently successfully established itself within the renewable energy sector. Firstly, we are supporting Kelda Group to meet its renewable energy aspiration through the development of wind energy and anaerobic digestion projects that support the energy needs of Yorkshire Water and KWS sites across the UK.

We are also working with a number of local authorities to develop anaerobic digestion solutions to recycle household waste avoiding costly and unsustainable landfilling.

Loop Customer Management Ltd

Loop Customer Management Ltd specialises in delivering customer service support to Yorkshire Water that includes billing, debt recovery and incident management. Employing more than 600 people, Loop have built up an impressive list of industry awards and achievements since being created in 2000 and is currently listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 list as being one of the best companies to work for.

KeyLand Developments

KeyLand Developments Limited (KeyLand Developments) is responsible for managing, developing and disposing of the group's surplus property assets, either on its own or in partnership with outside organisations.