Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester has become one of the fastest-growing regions in the UK. It has seen unprecedented growth in recent years with large commercial and residential developments taking place across the county as more and more people make this region their home.

As the population of Greater Manchester grows, and more businesses locate to the region, we need to provide essential services to meet both current and future demands. 

This means investment in our infrastructure and pipelines as we continue to look at ways to improve how we get clean water to, and then wastewater from, your homes and businesses. 

But we don’t just supply water.

We also want to make the North West greener, healthier and stronger and we are working hard to maintain a high level of environmental performance.

Last year we announced more than £122 million will be spent on Greater Manchester's wastewater systems in a bid to reduce the amount of sewage entering our rivers by more than 10 million tonnes.

The investment will see 184km of the region's rivers improved by 2025 and reduce the need for storm spills.

And the work doesn’t stop there. We are looking at other ways to bring you quality water throughout the year.

To find out more about some of our exciting projects, please click on the links below.

New strategy for water management revealed

£122 investment to improve Greater Manchester's rivers

Building a greener future for Greater Manchester

Aqueduct scheme to increase resilience of water supply for decades to come

 

Our business plans for Greater Manchester 2025-2030

To find out more about what we have included in our proposed business plan for Greater Manchester for the period 2025 to 2030, click here.