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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.

 

Holyhead (Water main renewal)

Street names: Gors Avenue, Rock Street, Ffordd Wynfa, High Terrace, Plashyfryd Terrace, Maes y Dref, George Street, Arthur Street, Walthew Lane, Morrison Crescent, Henry Street, Morawelon Road

Expected start date: May 2018

Expected completion date: October 2018

Work taking place: We are investing over £14 million in the water network in Anglesey to provide clean fresh drinking water for years to come. To do this we will be renewing and cleaning around 200 km of pipe

Impact on customer Whilst the work is taking place there will be no impact on the water supply, however there may be times when we will need to turn off your water supply for a short period. We will contact you in advance if this needs to be done.

While we are working on the pipes there may be times when your water appears a bit darker than usual. This is quite normal when we are doing work like this. Your water will clear if you run the kitchen cold tap. You can find out more here


Rhosneigr (Water main renewal)

Street names: Warren Road, Station Road

Expected start date: Oct 2017

Expected completion date: May 2018

Work taking place: We are investing over £14 million in the water network in Anglesey to provide clean fresh drinking water for years to come. To do this we will be renewing and cleaning around 200 km of pipe.


Amlwch (Water main renewal)

Street names: Salem Street, Mona Street, Tan y Bryn Road, Market Street, Wesley Road, Lon Goch, Bull Bay Road, Lon Parys, Craig Y Don, Maes Mona, Bethesda Street, Machine Street, Queen Street

Expected start date: March 2018

Expected completion date: October 2018

Work taking place: We are investing over £14 million in the water network in Anglesey to provide clean fresh drinking water for years to come. To do this we will be renewing and cleaning around 200 km of pipe

Impact on customer: Whilst the work is taking place there should be no impact on the water supply, however there may be times when we will need to turn off your water supply for a short period. We will contact you in advance if this needs to be done.

While we are working on the pipes there may be times when your water appears a bit darker than usual. This is quite normal when we are doing work like this. Your water will clear if you run the kitchen cold tap. You can find out more here.

For the safety of the public and our workers there maybe traffic lights or road closures in place on each of the above roads at certain times throughout the work. Each road will receive a letter prior to the work starting with dates and times along with any other relevant information.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.

 

Water quality investment work video:

 

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