The corporate, which has greater than 5 million prospects, made the announcement early on Friday, with the restrictions coming into impact from August 26.
Yorkshire Water’s director of water Neil Dewis stated the extended heatwave circumstances blasting the nation left the corporate with little different alternative.
“Components of Yorkshire have seen the bottom rainfall since our information started greater than 130 years in the past,” he stated.
“The recent, dry, climate signifies that Yorkshire’s rivers are operating low and our reservoirs are round 20% decrease than we might anticipate for this time of yr. We’ve been doing every part we will to keep away from placing in restrictions however, sadly, they’re now obligatory as a part of our drought planning.
“We’ve been monitoring reservoir ranges, climate forecasts and different environmental indicators intently to find out whether or not we’d must put additional measures in place.
“As we’ve now reached that set off level, we have to ensure that we’ve sufficient provide for the important wants of individuals throughout the area this yr and subsequent, in addition to ensuring we’re capable of defend our native setting by limiting the quantity of water we’ve to attract from the rivers.
“Our resolution to introduce a hosepipe ban relies on the danger that water shares proceed to fall within the coming weeks and the have to be cautious about clear water provides and long-term river well being.”
Beneath the restrictions, prospects are banned from utilizing a hosepipe to water their gardens, clear their autos, fill their swimming swimming pools or clear their properties.
Nonetheless, they’re nonetheless permitted to finish these actions with faucet water from a bucket or watering can, or utilizing water that isn’t sourced from faucets.
Companies will solely be allowed to make use of a hosepipe whether it is instantly associated to a industrial objective.
Thames Water, Welsh Water (Dwr Cymru), Southern Water and South East Water all beforehand signalled hosepipe bans could be obligatory whereas the Wildlife Trusts have known as for an England-wide hosepipe ban to guard nature and rivers.
Mr Dewis thanked prospects for his or her efforts in conserving water utilization.
“We’re grateful to our prospects, who’ve been saving water the place they’ll this summer season,” he stated.
“It’s actually necessary that all of us proceed to take action, to assist defend our water sources and the setting.”
It comes as a drought is anticipated to be declared for some elements of England on Friday.