If you live in South West England close to Bristol then it is worth getting yourself acquainted by the future works happening in the area. Drainage maintenance work is always necessary to ensure that the water is flowing as it should and that the sewerage system is working effectively.
Bristol Water, the utility company responsible for water in the city of Bristol have revealed that works are planned for Clifton, Yate, Little Badminton, Lockleaze and Monks Park during the months of July through September. For more details on each, please refer to the information below.
Mains renewal works are due to start on Monday 25 July at Brangwyn Grove, Lockleaze, Sundridge Park, Yate and Luckington Road, Monks Park for four weeks, four weeks and five weeks respectively.
Starting Monday 1 August, and lasting for two weeks, are works at Well Lane in Little Badminton.
On August 15, works will begin in Cotman Walk, Lockleaze, lasting for four weeks, while a week later the same will be occurring at Ambra Vale East, Clifton. Also in Clifton, Blackboy Hill and Mornington Road will be affected for one week from September 5.
These works are all part of Bristol Water’s water mains renewal or lining programme, which is on-going. This will improve the security and quality of the water supply. In the meantime, temporary road closures are required, with alternative routes made available.