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Project Overview

We are upgrading the waste water infrastructure to support the growth of sustainable new housing in the Glenmavis area of Airdrie. The project will also reduce the risk of sewer flooding by installing nearly 500 metres of new pipework.


At A Glance

  • Project to support sustainable new housing and reduce the risk of future sewer flooding
  • £2million investment through our commercial subsidiary Scottish Water Horizons
  • Work due to start in July 2024 and take approximately nine months to complete

Berryhill Sewer Upgrade

Watch a short film explaining what we are doing and why

What We Are Doing

We are installing nearly 500 metres of new sewer in three phases over approximately nine months.

Phase 1: Raebog Road (in grass verge) between Dunvegan and Windsor Drive

Phase 2: Coatbridge Road, Glenmavis Road and the field upstream of Woodhead Crescent

Phase 3: Glenmavis Road (including the site compound for the whole project)

The new sewer will be installed using ‘rolling’ traffic management along Glenmavis Road and onto Coatbridge Road.

Berryhill Airdrie Sewer Upgrade

Rolling traffic management will be deployed

Berryhill Airdrie Sewer Upgrade

Site Compound

Why We Are Doing It

The project will deliver benefits for existing customers by reducing the risk of sewer flooding and will also support the development of the new Berryhill Village on Stirling Road.

Scottish Water is committed to supporting sustainable growth and delivering much-needed improvements for communities and the environment to meet the challenges of climate change, ageing assets and increasing demand.

Berryhill Airdrie Sewer Upgrade

The route of the new sewer

Berryhill Airdrie Sewer Upgrade

The local sewer is being upsized

Berryhill Airdrie Sewer Upgrade Information Event

View the posters from our drop-in community information event

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