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  • 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.  …

  • Launch of ‘pre-approved’ design to accelerate new homes to market

    A brand new pre-approved design service, which will significantly speed up construction and vesting of waste water pumping stations, is now available to developers throughout Scotland. Developed by Scottish Water Horizons, in partnership with Xylem Water Solutions UK & Ireland , a leading water technology company, the new ‘ready-to-use’ design…

  • Pioneering design validation system launched

    A new digital platform which substantially accelerates the speed at which housing developers gain required approvals has the potential to revolutionise how drainage designs are validated in Scotland. Developed by Scottish Water Horizons in partnership with Atkins, a global engineering consultancy, the pioneering new system ‘FastTrack Drainage’, radically reduces the…

  • Exciting new partnership to benefit Scottish developers

    Scottish developers gain exclusive access to a turnkey solution including the Flygt Concertor pump – a state of the art waste water pump with energy savings of up to 70%. Scottish Water Horizons, a commercial subsidiary of Scottish Water, and Xylem Water Solutions, a world leading water technology company, have…

  • Hotel Opening in the Pipeline Following Completion of New Sewer

    A new overflow pipe connecting two Victorian brick sewers within the world heritage site of Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park has recently been completed

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