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AWG, the owner of Anglian Water, has agreed to a £2.2bn takeover offer from a consortium led by Colonial First State, but a bidding war could develop.

AWG is to sell its Powermarque vehicle leasing business to Venson Holdings for £34m.

AWG has won a £10m contract from Fred Olsen Renewables to build two wind farms at Cairn Uish and Paul's Hill in the Scottish Highlands, with the creation of 50 jobs.

AWG is to sell its water and wastewater holdings in the Czech Republic to local investment firm Penta for £51m.

AWG has acquired Power Services, the Bedfordshire-based electrical contractor with 30 staff, in order to expand its Morrison Utility Services division.

AWG has sold Repairline to Build Assured for undisclosed terms, while its 85% stake in Kaldnes Miljoteknologi of Norway has been sold to Anox AB for £5.7m.