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Vantage Utility Connections are one of the UK’s consummate utility consultancy companies and are specialists in delivering bespoke utility infrastructure solutions to both the public and private sectors.
At Vantage Utility Connections we appreciate what a headache procuring the gas, electric and water services are for your developments. Once we have your requirements we will handle everything for you, taking away all the stress involved. What’s more, we can offer you connections to multiple utilities- gas, electric and water- with just one phone call or email. The single point of contact means you can be sure you will always be able to speak to someone who understands your needs and the specific details of your development. Vantage Utility Connections was formed to bridge the ever widening gap between those that need multi utility infrastructure and service connections, and the utility companies that provide the connections. Housebuilders and developers are used to poor service from existing suppliers; instead we offer efficiency, quality, value and top class customer service.

 

Thames Water says further PR19 revisions would slow resilience plans

Thames Water’s chief financial officer has said that if the company is forced to make further budget cuts for 2020 to 2025, it would mean slowing the pace of investment in resilience projects. Brandon Rennet told Utility Week that the revised PR19 business...

RWE and Eon reach collective agreement for asset swap

A collective bargaining agreement for “future and job security” has been reached in Germany ahead of the planned asset swap between Eon and RWE. The agreement which, Utility Week understands, only affects employees in Germany, was agreed with employers’...

Ofgem launches consultation on price cap future

Ofgem has today (29 May) launched a consultation on its proposed framework for assessing whether market conditions facilitate “effective competition”, in order for it to make a recommendation on the future of the price cap. The regulator says that in the...

Utility leaders support UK bid to host UN climate conference

Leaders in the energy and water sectors have pledged their support for the UK’s bid to host the 2020 UN Conference of the Parties climate conference (COP26). The Conference of Parties is the supreme decision-making body of the UN’s Convention on Climate...

Trio explore plans for low-carbon industrial hub in Humber

Drax, Equinor and National Grid have formed a new consortium to explore the possibility of creating a low-carbon industrial hub in the Humber in the mid-2020s. The complex would feature a hydrogen production facility and a large-scale carbon capture and...

Thames Water CEO Steve Robertson steps down

  Steve Robertson has stepped down as the chief executive of Thames Water with immediate effect. Ian Marchant, who has been independent chair since January 2018, will become interim executive chair until a new CEO is appointed. Thames Water said Robertson...

Natural England grants organisational licence to Southern Water

Southern Water has been awarded an organisational license allowing it to receive faster approval for engineering projects that may affect the habitats of rare or protected species. The license was granted by Natural England in acknowledgement of the...

Water industry reveals details of revised PR19 plans

A total of 14 water companies have submitted their revised business plans for the 2019 price review, PR19 to Ofwat today (1 April). When the regulator published its initial assessment of the proposals at the end of January it placed four companies in...

Ofgem’s revised price cap comes into effect

Ofgem’s revised price cap on standard variable and default tariffs comes into effect today (1 April). The energy regulator, which announced the changes in February, has raised the level of the cap to £1,254 – an increase of £117. The price cap for...

Amey Utilities launches the 2020 Challenge

The Utilities team at leading public services provider Amey has launched an industry-wide competition to make leaving streetwork excavations open overnight a thing of the past. The 2020 Challenge seeks to identify and develop new products and techniques to...
 

 

 

The way we work; we obtain plans and loadings from our clients for the project. We then complete the individual applications for gas, water and electric quotes from the relevant network owners and multi utility companies that we use. Once we have all quotes back to us we then forward the most appropriate, with our management fee incorporated. We will then manage the gas, water and electric services through to the end, this may include liaising with solicitors to arrange wayleaves/easements, chasing work start dates, making sure the site is ready for the installations, solving problems that may arise, arranging suppliers and meters etc.

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“We have worked closely with Vantage Utilities for our Statutory Requirements for many years and have received impeccable service from Adam and his team, they set high standards which they have maintained throughout our association together. I would highly recommend them to anyone.”

Richard Barnes

Barnes Webster & Sons Ltd