Welcome to Cholderton and District Water Company
Throughout the many changes in the water industry Cholderton has remained an independent privately owned company. For 30 years Cholderton was the smallest of the statutory water undertakings providing a public water supply. In May 2018, folllowing representations to Ofwat, the indusry’s economic regulator, Cholderton became a private supply. At the same time the Cholderton Estate Trust acquired a majority and controlling shareholding in the company
View or download the planning documents for the Cholderton and District Water company.
This includes our Water Resources Management Plan, Drought Plan, Final Business Plan and Strategic Direction Statement.
The Estate office will remain shut until such time as it is safe to go back to normal working. In the meantime, our staff are working from home. The telephones have been re-directed and you can call us on the usual numbers. Please be patient if we do not return your call as quickly as you would like.
View or download details of the water charges which will apply from 1st April 2019 and how the company collects payment for its water services.
The Water Company today has two boreholes, three active covered reservoirs and a distribution network of approximately 50 kilometres of water supply pipe. The system is maintained by the company’s own staff.