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Water main improvement works in South Queensferry

22 August 2017


IMPROVEMENTS TO WATER NETWORK IN SOUTH QUEENSFERRY 

Residents in Farquhar Terrace, South Queensferry are being advised of road traffic management during £180,000 of improvements to the water mains infrastructure in the area.

The work will start on Monday 28 August and last approximately three months.

For the duration of the project, temporary traffic lights and a convoy system will be in place to help traffic flow; this will begin on Farquhar Terrace at the junction of Bo’Ness Road and continue along to Society Road.

Scott Fraser Scottish Water’s corporate affairs regional manager, said: “This work is part of a wider programme across Scotland to address low water pressure issues, improve security of supply and reduce the overall risk of burst mains in the network.

“Customers in Farquhar Terrace will be sent further correspondence regarding the transfer of services over to the new water mains. Scottish Water apologises for any inconvenience and thanks affected road users in advance for their patience and understanding.”