Financial tables

We provide a wide range of financial information that is important in the June Return. This information allows us to run our business effectively and it also allows Ofwat to asses our expenditure against the funding provision allowed in price limits. Ofwat may use this information to make adjustments next time prices are set (2014).

Table 18
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (historical cost accounting) covering:
Profit and loss account for year ending 31 March 2011

Table 18a
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Table 18b
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Table 18c
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (historical cost accounting) covering:
Statement of total recognised gains and losses for year ending 31 March 2011

Table 18d
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (historical cost accounting) covering:
Analysis of dividends and interest charges for year ending 31 March 2011

Table 19
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (historical cost accounting) covering:
Balance sheet as at 31 March 2011

Table 20
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Profit and loss account for year ending 31 March 2011

Table 21
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Activity costing analysis; water service - 1

Table 21a
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Activity costing analysis; water service - 2

Table 21b
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Activity costing analysis - retail services

Table 22
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Activity costing analysis; sewerage service - 1

Table 22a
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Activity costing analysis; sewerage service - 2

Table 23
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts covering:
Analysis of turnover and operating income

Table 24
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Balance sheet as at 31 March 2011

Table 25
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Table 25a
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Analysis of fixed assets by business unit; water service

Table 25b
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Analysis of fixed assets by business unit; sewerage service

Table 25c
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Analysis of fixed assets by business unit; retail service

Table 26
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Working capital

Table 27
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Movement on current cost reserve

Table 28
The table above sets out details of our aegulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Cash flow statement for Appointed Business for year ending 31 March 2011

Table 29
The table above sets out details of our regulatory accounts (current cost accounting) covering:
Reconciliation of operating profit to net cash flow from operating activities

Table 30
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Table 31
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Table 32
The table above sets out details of our analysis of fixed asset additions and asset maintenance by asset type (current cost accounting)

Table 33
The table above sets out details of our accounting charges - current cost depreciation and infrastructure renewals charge by service (current cost accounting)

Table 34
The table above sets out details of our analysis of non-infrastructure fixed asset additions by life categories (current cost accounting)

Table 35
The table above sets out details of our water service - expenditure by purpose covering:

  • Base service provision
  • Quality enhancements
  • Enhanced service levels
  • Improving supply/demand balance
  • Grants and contributions (including infrastructure charges)
  • Expenditure totals

Table 35a
The table above sets out details of our water service - expenditure comparisons by purpose covering:

  • Base service provision
  • Quality enhancements
  • Enhanced service levels
  • Maintaining and improving supply/demand balance
  • Expenditure totals

Table 35b
The table above is not published in the public domain version

Table 36
The table above sets out details of our sewerage service - expenditure by purpose covering:

  • Base service provision
  • Quality enhancements
  • Enhanced service levels
  • Improving supply/demand balance
  • New outputs/obligations since the final determination
  • Grants and contributions (including infrastructure charges)
  • Expenditure totals

Table 36a
The table above sets out details of our sewerage service - expenditure comparisons by purpose covering:

  • Base service provision
  • Quality enhancements
  • Enhanced service levels
  • Maintaining supply/demand balance
  • Expenditure totals

Table 36b
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Table 37
The table above sets out details of our water compliance expenditure report covering:

  • Water treatment
  • Water distribution
  • Other compliance
  • Capex and opex totals

Table 38
The table above sets out details of our sewerage compliance expenditure report covering:

  • Previous AMP programmes
  • Intermittent discharges
  • European Union Directives
  • Other environmental and security related programmes
  • Sewage sludge management
  • Capex and opex totals

Table 39
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