What to expect

Due to the impact of Covid-19, the 22nd Annual Leakage Conference moved from its usual October slot to March 2022 – building on a great Conference catch-up webinar in October 2021, when the leakage community was provided with important updates on industry initiatives. You can access the content here. 

Here’s what to expect when we all get together again in December 2022. If you’re not able to join us in person, don’t worry – you can still join us online.

Policy Forum

  • The latest on the Leakage Public Interest Commitment and the Leakage Route Map for 2030 reduction targets

  • Insights on Ofwat’s direction of travel for PR24 and AMP8 

Operational & Technology Developments Forum

  • Case study insights from water company and supply chain colleagues 

  • The role of data science and AI in leakage management, and the latest findings on identifying and predicting leakage

  • Further learnings from the impact of Covid-19 on demand management

  • Customer side leakage – where to now?

Innovation Forum

  • Insights and updates on upcoming developments from the key initiatives affecting innovation and leakage management for AMP7 and beyond

  • Developments and learnings from Ofwat's Innovation Fund Competitions, the industry's innovation strategy, the innovation heatmap and route map

The Soapbox Challenge 

  • Short, sharp pitches on the latest technology developments

  • Lively group debate – Dragon’s Den-style

Networking opportunities  

  • Connect with water company leakage specialists and supply chain colleagues at the conference dinner and at conference networking sessions throughout the day


  • Meet specialist supply chain stakeholders and other organisations

Get involved

  • Attend in person or online

  • Support the Conference – as an exhibitor-supporter or sponsor

  • Showcase your own project


Judith Powling, Conference Director
Call 07771 931139

Email judithp@lodestaruk.com

“Very informative and enjoyable conference – good variety of topics and focus areas. Looking forward to the next one.”

Leakage Conference attendees