Issue with your water?
During an incident our phone lines can be very busy. Please check our ‘In your area‘ map to find the latest details if you have no water or low pressure. This shows all our current work and will give you details of whats happening. You can find it here. You can also follow @BristolWater on Twitter.
Report a leak
Please note; if you are wanting to report a severe leak, loss of pressure, no water, dangerous cover, or any operational emergency, please call our helpline on 0345 702 3797. The ‘Report a Leak’ service is solely for reporting visible leaks that Bristol Water may not be currently aware of.
If you have checked our ‘Work in your Area’ map, and there is no visible report of the leak on our map, please log the location of the leak using the following link: https://inyourarea.digdat.co.uk/bristolwater#. You will need to click on the top left-hand menu button and choose the ‘Report a Leak’ option. Please try to drop the pin as close as possible to where the leak is visible on the map.
Alternatively, you can report a leak by calling our Leakline number: 0800 801011.
Our lines are open Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm and for emergencies after working hours.
Phone: 0345 600 3600
Minicom equipment users only: 0345 605 6 585
Phone: 0345 702 3797
Minicom equipment users only: 0800 917 0737
Calls to 0345 numbers usually cost the same as standard UK landline numbers. Please check with your network provider.
If you would like to provide us with any feedback on our service please click here to be taken to a short survey. Thank you.
Alternatively you can write to us:
1 Clevedon Walk
Bristol Water plc
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