The 2019/20 audit of Scottish Water

 

The 2019/20 audit of Scottish Water

A subsidiary of Scottish Water may need between £47 million and £88 million in financial support due to the impact of Covid-19 on the businesses it serves.

 Stephen Boyle, Auditor General for Scotland said:
“Scottish Water Business Stream has operated profitably since its creation. However, the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting its customers and has created financial risks. The potential need to provide ongoing financial support to Business Stream means it will be vitally important for Scottish Water to continue to monitor closely the delivery of its business plans and the performance of its subsidiaries.”

The 2019/20 audit of Scottish Water

Oral evidence session 28 January 2021

The Committee took evidence from the Auditor General for Scotland, Graeme Greenhill, Senior Manager, Perfomance Audit and Best Value, Audit Scotland and Hugh Harvie, Partner, KPMG LLP.

Please read the Official Report of 28 January 2021

Meeting papers for 28 January 2021

Minutes for 28 January 2021

Oral evidence session 18 March 2021

The Committee took evidence from Douglas Millican, Chief Executive Scottish Water, Johanna Dow, Chief Executive Scottish Water Business Stream, Dame Susan Rice, Chair Scottish Water and Scottish Water Business Stream and Alan Scott, Finance Director, Scottish Water ;

followed by Stephen Boyle, Auditor General for Scotland, Graeme Greenhill, Senior Manager Performance Audit and Best Value and High Harvie, Partner KPMG.

Please read the Official Report from 18 March 2021.

Meeting papers for 18 March 2021

Minutes from 18 December 2021

 

The Committee agreed at its meeting on the 18 March 2021 to close scrutiny of the report.

 
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