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  • Employee Spotlight: Amy Johnston

    For our newest Spotlight feature we spoke to Amy Johnston, Project Manager in our Developer Projects Team. Amy is a relatively new face in Horizons and has already proven to be a brilliant asset to the team. Hi Amy, tell us a little about your career journey so far. It’s…

  • Employee spotlight: Wayne Fortune

    Meet Wayne Fortune! Wayne joined us at the start of the year as a Project Manager, and is the man in charge when it comes to pumping station projects for the developer community. Tell us a little about yourself – what brought you to Horizons? I joined Scottish Water’s Strategic…

  • Blog: Why asset vesting is so important – Elaine Meikle

    Asset vesting is one of the newest strings we’ve added to our bow to support the developer community. Elaine Meikle, Project Manager, plays an important part in ensuring the success of our projects and has worked across a number of teams in Scottish Water before bringing her skill and expertise…

  • FastTrack Drainage celebrated for innovation

    Our FastTrack Drainage design validation tool has been awarded finalist in this years Institute of Water Scotland Innovation Awards! Recognised for its leading-edge technology, our online tool was one of three finalists in the awards which recognises companies in the water sector for their commitment to innovation and always pushing…

  • New Asset Vesting service launched

    Scottish Water Horizons has launched a new service to support developers with remediating unvested water and waste water assets across Scotland. Housing developers can now benefit from an end-to-end remediation service which helps facilitate safe adoption of unvested assets by Scottish Water. The brand new service includes initial consultation and…

  • FastTrack Drainage celebrates project success

    Our brand-new drainage design validation service has proven its worth with the first round of projects now successfully through the system. One of the projects through our FastTrack Drainage online portal came from CALA Homes (West) who submitted drainage designs to support their new planned development in Killearn, Stirling.  …

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