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Address: 33 Bracken Road , Eastbourne , East Sussex , BN20 8SJ
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The imminent deregulation of the water industry in England presents a fresh opportunity to make some GREAT business savings when it comes to business utility costs.

Traditionally, water and sewerage services have been provided by a single, area-based provider: Thames Water or Southern Water, for example. Following the deregulation of the water industry in Scotland in 2008, from 2017, commercial consumers will be able to choose the best supplier for their needs, regardless of where their premises are located.

As of April 2017, your current rates will change and every business in England will be placed on expensive 'deemed' or 'out of contract' rates.  However, as of October 2016 you will be able to fix in contracted rates to take effect in 2017 for 3 years.  A specialist business consultant will be able to assess the market and ensure you get the best possible deal.

How can my business save money on outgoings?
Deregulation is almost certain to bring a number of cost-saving benefits for business customers, resulting in lower running costs and an improved service. Rather than being tied to a particular supplier, customers can switch to the one that offers the best deal – frequent switching can often result in significant savings. If your company operates in a number of different locations, it will be possible to use just one supplier rather than several, resulting in a hassle-free, seamless service. Because customers will be able to choose their provider, water companies will be compelled to make customer care a priority and provide best-fit solutions for all their users if they are to remain competitive.

Make sure you don't miss out!
Deregulation of the water industry in England is set to “go live” in 2017, so there's plenty of time to get prepared for the changes to come.  If you're an organisation that's committed to keeping overheads low and profits high, this latest development within the water industry offers scope to make significant reductions in utility spending over the next few years.

The Great Annuals Savings Company are able to negotiate the very best possible tariff for your water rates as well as all other utilities and facilities such as energy management, waste and business insurance.

If you think your business could make savings or even if you’re unsure, GAS offer a free business running cost audit where you will be able to see first-hand where our expert business solutions advisors can streamline your costs and improve your services. Saving you more, on more.

For free impartial advice, please call me on 07702 867 718 or email

Grahame James
Business Development Manager
Great Annual Savings