Tor applies for business retail supply and sewerage licence with eye on South West

April 23, 2017

Exeter-based Tor Water  has applied for a business supply and sewerage  licence. In its business plan synopsis, privately funded Tor said “It will be focussing on the South West of England and seeks to provide an unsurpassed level of customer service at a competitive price to the consumer.” 

 

The company was founded in February last year and is owned by Jiro Mcdonald Wilson who is the only director with the firm.

 

Wilson said in his Linkedin profile he is  "building Tor Water around a team who are experts in what they do and how they do it."

 

He added: "Tor Water is all about good practices which means I put my people first because how are my customers ever going to be happy if the service isn't first class. We will deliver the best in terms of ethics, practices and foster excellence in all shapes and sizes."

 

Companies that have been granted a WSSL

Affinity for Business 

Anglian Water Business (Wave)

Castle Water

Clear Business Water; 

Kelda Retail  (Three Sixty)

Northumbrian Water Business (Wave)

Severn Trent and United Utilities,(Water Plus)

South Staffs Water Business

SES Business Water 

Water 2 Business

Business Stream

Cobalt Water

Pennon Water Services

Thames Water Commercial Services was granted a licence and has since exited the market

Waterscan

Peel Water

Regent Water

Veolia

Advanced Demand Side Management

The Water Retail Company

Water Choice South East (through its Invicta Water subsidiary) 

Everflow

 

South East Water Choice has been granted a sewerage licence

 

Companies awaiting the result of an application

Cambrian Utilities

Yu Water

Tor Water

Whitbread (self supply)

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