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Trinity Sewer Upgrade

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Work to replace the rising main along Trinity Road started in March 2017. The sewer pipe is deteriorating and needs to be replaced to reduce the risk of bursts and ensure it continue to operate and is fit for purpose into the future.

The work, which started 20th March 2017,  involves a road closure along Trinity Road and Primrose Bank Road. The work will be carried out in 3 main phases to reduce the impact on the community. The project is expected to take around 6 months in total to complete.

Update: 30 June:

Work on Phase 2 will soon be complete with reinstatement due to start very soon.

Phase 3

This phase is due to start on 7th July and is expected to take around 6 weeks to complete. The Primrose Bank Road junction with Trinity Road will be closed during this time. Local diversions will be in place with some parking restrictions. Trinity Road will be re-open to 2 way traffic.

Trinity Road phase 3

The final phase will involve completing the connection of the new rising main into the waste water pumping station. These works will be within the boundary of the existing Scottish Water compound and will utilise the grassed area opposite Lower Granton Road. This phase will take up to 8 weeks to complete.

The site compound will be situated on the grassed area on Lower Granton Road for the duration of the project. Unfortunately we are required to suspend parking at this section during this time. Apologies for the inconvenience this may cause.

Site compound at grassed area on Lower Granton Road