The Water Innovation Network is delivered in partnership between Anglian Water and Opportunity Peterborough and supported by Allia.
Anglian Water are the largest water and water recycling company in England and Wales by geographic area, supplying water and water recycling services to more than six million domestic and business customers in the east of England and Hartlepool.
The population has grown by 20% in the last 20 years, but Anglian Water still provides the same amount of water today as it did in 1990 – almost 1.2 billion litres every single day.
Opportunity Peterborough was founded in 2005 as an urban regeneration company. Since 2005 the remit has evolved to lead the city’s economic development. Opportunity Peterborough is a private not-for-profit
business, wholly owned by Peterborough City Council.
As an economic development company, Opportunity Peterborough’s core responsibilities include marketing Peterborough to businesses attract inward investment, engaging with local companies to support growth and development, and leading the city’s skills agenda to ensure our current and future talent pool is trained and work-ready.
Opportunity Peterborough delivers a range of projects to boost the local economy and support Peterborough’s aspiration to create the UK’s environment capital.
Allia, is a Cambridge based UK charity that started in 1999. It supports people and organisations to create a positive social impact. Allia does this in three ways, through social finance, through social innovation and through workspace with enterprise support. Allia has Future Business Centres in Cambridge and Peterborough. They are a home for enterprises who want to improve life for people or protect the planet. They provide start-ups and growing enterprises with high quality affordable workspace, business support and opportunities to build a successful business, co-locating with like-minded organisations.For more information see www.allia.org.uk and www.futurebusinesscentre.co.uk