Have your say on how to improve Thames Water service in Bexleyheath next week

PUBLISHED: 13:47 20 June 2017

Have your say on Thames Water's future next week

Have your say on Thames Water's future next week

Michael Caristo

The open event takes place on Tuesday

Residents around the borough will have their chance to meet face to face with Thames Water representatives next week.

The utility company is hoping to speak to people to influence its plans for the future as it expects the number of people within its patch to rise by 3million in the next 20 years.

Senior managers as well as water supply and waste teams will be on hand at the open event at Christ Church in Broadway, Bexleyheath on Tuesday June 27, to further explain what’s happening inside Bexley’s pipework.

Danny Leamon from Thames Water will be leading the forum: “When planning for the future we have to take into account a number of factors but ultimately it will be what’s best for our customers and the environment that matter the most. It’s a huge challenge to get the balance right and meet everyone’s needs which is why hearing from our customers direct is an essential part of deciding what our future investment priorities should be.”

The event lasts from 6pm to 8.30pm, to register click here.

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