The improvements to the system in Selattyn will mean road works for the water company
The first phase of this vital work begins January 4th between Weston Rhyn and Bronygarth. Severn Trent engineers will then move on to the second phase of the project in Selattyn in late spring.
Catherine Webb of Severn Trent said, “Replacing three miles of old plumbing means the area will have reliable water supplies for generations to come and will help reduce leakage by a potential 30,000 liters per day – the equivalent of 840 showers.
“The reliable water supply for our customers in and around Selattyn is very important to us, which is why we are investing a lot in these essential improvements.
“We know that a big project like this will cause some disruption, but we will do everything in our power to keep it as small as possible. We’d like to thank everyone in advance for their patience and understanding as we do this important work. “
To ensure the safety of workers and other road users, temporary road closures will be put in place in various locations throughout the project, but access to properties and businesses will be maintained at all times.
To learn more about the work and its progress, visit Severn Trent’s dedicated project page online at stwater.co.uk/in-my-area/planned-improvements/selattyn.