Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM, said: “The takeover of Dee Valley Water by Severn Trent is not good news for staff, local suppliers and the Welsh economy. Jobs will be lost and the local supply chain will suffer. … Continue reading Dee Valley Water decision: “workers deserve better than this”
Responding to the Dee Valley Water EGM held at the Ramada Hotel, Wrexham, this morning, Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru AM said: “The future of Dee Valley Water and its staff hangs in the balance after this morning’s EGM. Despite the … Continue reading Court could decide on future of Dee Valley Water
Dee Valley Water shareholders are being urged not to be put off after legalistic letters were sent out regarding the proposed takeover of the firm by Severn Trent. Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd, who is campaigning for the … Continue reading Dee Valley shareholders urged to ignore legal letters and turn up to key takeover meeting
The decision of the Competition and Markets’ Authority not to conduct an in-depth investigation into the proposed takeover of Dee Valley Water by Severn Trent is “a matter of deep regret” according to Plaid Cymru North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd. … Continue reading ‘Regret’ over failure to investigate Dee Valley Water takeover bid
Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM, has expressed disappointment after the First Minister failed to back his call for a full investigation into the future of Dee Valley Water. The Wrexham-based company is facing a hostile takeover bid by … Continue reading First Minister fails to back full investigation of water company takeover
Local jobs, services and suppliers at risk from hostile takeover bid Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd has made a public appeal to Dee Valley Water shareholders to consider local jobs, services and customers before making a decision on … Continue reading Public appeal to shareholders: back your local water firm
Llyr Gruffydd AM has called for clarity as the bidding war for Dee Valley Water escalates: “In a little over a week we’ve seen the bidding between Severn Trent and Ancala go up from £71m to £84m. This is a … Continue reading Who benefits from Welsh water ownership?
Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd has called for assurances on jobs and services after it emerged that a new bid for Dee Valley Water had been made. A fresh bid for the Wrexham-based water firm by Ancala, … Continue reading Dee Valley Water: Assurances sought on jobs and services from Ancala