We are delighted to welcome Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) as the latest LSBUD Member.


SSEN are responsible for maintaining the electricity networks supplying over 3.7 million homes and businesses across central southern England and north of the Central Belt of Scotland. They own one electricity transmission network and two electricity distribution networks, comprising 106,000 substations and 130,000 km of overhead lines and underground cables across one third of the UK.

Membership of LSBUD will enable SSEN to provide their asset location plans to the widest possible audience, ensuring that damages are minimised, workers are protected, and the supply of electricity is maintained.

SSEN Asset Data Manager David Green said: ‘We’re really pleased to be partnering up with LSBUD particularly because of their excellent track record in service delivery. At SSEN, it’s our top priority to provide a safe and reliable supply of electricity to the communities we serve. We truly believe that making the transition to LSBUD will enable us to continue doing this and provide a more efficient, safe and customer friendly service for all users.’

The LSBUD Helpdesk Team are available via email, telephone and online chat if you have any queries.



We are pleased to report that the latest LSBUD Member is Veolia ES Sheffield Ltd.


Veolia and Sheffield City Council are working together to manage the household waste created by the residents of the city. They empty bins, provide recycling services and generate electricity and heat from some of the material that can’t be recycled whilst developing the award-winning District Energy Network to enable more buildings to connect to the system

The LSBUD Helpdesk Team are here for any questions/queries you may have. Thank you.



We are pleased to report that the latest LSBUD Member is SES Water.


SES Water is a water-only company supplying approximately 712,000 people in parts of Surrey, Sussex, Kent and south London. Their supply area covers 322 square miles, extending from Morden and South Croydon in the north to Gatwick Airport in the south and from Leatherhead and Dorking in the west to Edenbridge in the east. On average SES Water supplies 160 million litres of water a day which can rise to 260 million litres on a hot summer's day. 85% of raw water comes from underground with the remaining 15% from the River Eden which is stored in Bough Beech reservoir. The company has six main treatment works and over 2000 miles of water mains.

In its Business Plan for 2020 to 2025, SES Water has ambitious plans to cut leakage by 15% and maintain its industry-leading level of burst mains and interruptions to customers’ supplies.

The LSBUD Helpdesk Team are here for any questions/queries you may have. Thank you.

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