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COMMENT: Summit held on smoothing out AMP cycles.

British Water and Water UK recently held their second summit on smoothing out the industry's investment cycles.

This is a real chance to consign the roller-coaster effect of the AMP cycle to the scrapheapThis is a real chance to consign the roller-coaster effect of the AMP cycle to the scrapheap

British Water and Water UK recently held their second summit on smoothing out the industry’s investment cycles.

Having attended both summits (the first was held back in February) it was great to see a more positive attitude with all corners of the industry working together to achieve the common goal of eliminating the roller-coaster effect of the AMP cycles.

"This is a real chance to consign the roller-coaster effect of the AMP cycle to the scrapheap."

One proposal that arose at the conference, and which was strongly backed by delegates, was for an implementation steering group to pro-actively move things forward. This is a major step forward, especially with the arrival of AMP6 being just over two years away, and ALL of the industry must get behind this group if things are to progress.

This is a real chance to consign the roller-coaster effect of the AMP cycle to the scrapheap once and for all, and one that may not arise again. What a Christmas present that would be.

Speaking of the forthcoming festive season, myself and the rest of the WET News team would like to wish all our readers and advertisers a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. See you in 2013! 

Topic: AMP Cycle , Contractors
Tags: UK , water , amp

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