What will the water industry reforms bring to your business?

What will the water industry reforms bring to your business?
This week Defra released its draft Water Bill in a bid to improve competition in the market and drive innovation. But how do you see your business benefiting from the proposed reforms?
Cheaper water supplies
Increased water security
Better customer service

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