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  • by Trevor Loveday

Thames appoints Yorkshire's Muncaster to newly created role

Thames Water has appointed Nevil Muncaster for its newly created role of strategic resources director.

Muncaster (pictured) joins Thames from Yorkshire Water where he was chief strategy and regulation officer. He will start his new role in early September.

Thames said he will lead the delivery of several complex long-term projects on water resources including infrastructure changes to bring on national water transfer and trading schemes.

He will oversee the transition of the Thames Tideway Tunnel construction project to an operational asset and lead Thames’ Net Zero plan.

Muncaster’s 30 years in the water and waste sector include 19 years at Veolia Water in several roles including managing director of Veolia Water South East before joining Yorkshire Water,

is chair of sustainable housing developer, Keyland Developments – a sister company to Yorkshire Water in the Kelda Group.


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