Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

Pembrokeshire - Bolton Hill

Man drinking waterOver the next few years, we will be investing over £21.4 million in Pembrokeshire (and Ceredigion) on the water network to provide customers with clean, fresh water for years to come. The work will see us replacing or clearing over 174km of pipe. Below is information on the individual schemes that will form part of the investment.


Druidstone

Street names: Druidstone and surrounding areas

Start date: May 2017

Expected completion date: End of October 2017

Additional information:  Our plan is to invest around £7 million in parts of Haverfordwest, Pembroke and the surrounding areas. In this area it will involve either replacing around 4200 metres of pipes with an investment of over £500,000. This work will mainly be carried out in fields but there will also be some work in the highway. As the water pipes are located in the road, we will need to have two way traffic lights in place on Welsh Road. We need to do this to make sure our team, local residents and motorists stay safe during the work.


Court Rise

Street names: The Docks in Milford Haven, Silverstream, Hubberston and St Lawrence Hill.

Start date: 9th October 2017

Expected completion date: End of November 2017

Additional information:  In this area it will involve either replacing around 7 kilometres of pipes with an investment of over £93,000.


Bush Cross

Street names: The work will be carried out in Ferry Lane, Buttermilk Lane, Golden Lane, Dill Road, Deer Park Lane and Pembroke Road. We will also be working on the U6357 towards Upper Nash.

Start date: 3rd August 2017

Expected completion date: End of January 2018

Additional information:  In this area it will involve either replacing around 7 kilometres of pipes with an investment of over £1.2 million.


Gorllwyn

Street names: Our work will take place along the full length of the U5410 at Velindre, Llandysul.

Start date: 4th September 2017

Expected completion date: End of November 2017

Additional information:  In this area it will involve either replacing or clearing around 1.5 kilometres. This is part of the plan to invest around £7 million in parts of Haverfordwest, Pembroke and the surrounding areas. As the water pipes are located in the road, we will need to have two and three way traffic lights in place along the B4333. We will also need to close the junction adjacent to Blaen-esgair Cwmduad which is on the U5410. The closure will continue to just outside a property called Pant-Y-Bryn Cumduad and then on to Velindre, Llandysul Road


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