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Information event: update on Paisley environmental project

10 April 2018


An information event is to be held in Paisley to update the local community on the ongoing environmental investment project to improve the water quality and natural environment in two local rivers – the White Cart River and the Espedair Burn.

Scottish Water will hold the community event on Thursday 19th April at St Charles RC Primary School, Rowan Street.

Local residents will have the opportunity to come along and hear about the work carried out so far, plans for the next phase of work which will begin on Rowan Street in mid-May, and put any questions they have about the work to the project team. 

Details of the drop-in information event as follows:
 
Date:     Thursday, 19 April 2018
Time:     6pm to 8pm
Venue:  St Charles RC Primary School, 66 Rowan St, Paisley, PA2 6RX

If customers have any questions or would like more information on these works please call our Customer Helpline on 0800 0778778, quoting reference: “Capital/401814/Amey”

The investment, which is the biggest of its kind Scottish Water has ever made in Renfrewshire, is part of the company’s £250m, five-year programme of work, launched in 2013, to improve river water quality and the natural environment and tackle flooding across the Greater Glasgow area.