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Anglesey

Anglesey

Man drinking waterWe are investing over £15 million in the water network in parts of Anglesey to ensure we provide customers with clean fresh drinking water for years to come. To do this we will be renewing and clearing around 280km of pipe. Below is information on the individual projects which form part of the investment.


Gwalchmai (Water main renewal)

Street names:  Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai, LL654RY

Expected start date: 22 May 2017

Expected completion date: 26 June 2017

Additional information:The work will start on Monday 22nd May and should be finished in five weeks. During the work, we will be removing some of the old pipes in the ground which have come to the end of their lives and replacing them with brand new ones.

We have been working closely with Anglesey County Council Highways Department to plan this work and to make sure we keep our workers, members of the public and motorists safe while the work is taking place, we will have a road closure in place. We will make sure that advanced warning signs go up so that you have plenty of notice and we will also make sure access will be maintained for residents although there may be a short delay.We’re sorry for any disruption this may cause, but we’ll do our best to finish the work as quickly as we can.


Penrhyd, Amlwch (Water main renewal)

Street names:  Penrhyd, Amlwch, LL68 9TN

Expected start date: 30 May 2017

Expected completion date: 23 June 2017

Additional information:The work will take place on the road between Tŷ Capel Saron and Hillside, Penrhyd. The work will start on Tuesday 30th May and should be finished in three weeks. During the work, we will be removing some of the old pipes in the ground which have come to the end of their lives and replacing them with brand new ones.

We have been working closely with Anglesey County Council Highways Department to plan this work and to make sure we keep our workers, members of the public and motorists safe while the work is taking place, we will have a road closure in place. We will make sure that advanced warning signs go up so that you have plenty of notice and we will also make sure access will be maintained for residents although there may be a short delay.We’re sorry for any disruption this may cause, but we’ll do our best to finish the work as quickly as we can.


Bryngwran (Water main renewal)

Street names:  Bro Mynydd, Bryngwran, LL65 3PY

Expected start date: 30 May 2017

Expected completion date: 03 July 2017

Additional information:The work will start on Tuesday 30th May and should be finished in five weeks. During the work, we will be removing some of the old pipes in the ground which have come to the end of their lives and replacing them with brand new ones.

We have been working closely with Anglesey County Council Highways Department to plan this work and to make sure we keep our workers, members of the public and motorists safe while the work is taking place, we will have a road closure in place. We will make sure that advanced warning signs go up so that you have plenty of notice and we will also make sure access will be maintained for residents although there may be a short delay.We’re sorry for any disruption this may cause, but we’ll do our best to finish the work as quickly as we can.


Llanfechell (Water main renewal)

Street names:  Stad Maes Plas, Brynddu Road, Rhes y Goron, Penbodeistedd and Maes Padrig - LLANFECHELL - LL680RB

Expected start date: 05 June 2017

Expected completion date: 31 July 2017

Additional information:The work will start on Monday 5th June and should be finished by the end of July 2017. During the work, we will be removing some of the old pipes in the ground which have come to the end of their lives and replacing them with brand new ones.

We have been working closely with Anglesey County Council Highways Department to plan this work and to make sure we keep our workers, members of the public and motorists safe while the work is taking place, we will have a road closure in place. We will make sure that advanced warning signs go up so that you have plenty of notice and we will also make sure access will be maintained for residents although there may be a short delay.We’re sorry for any disruption this may cause, but we’ll do our best to finish the work as quickly as we can.


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