Project Overview 

Scottish Water is investing £1.8 million in Newtonmore to address historical flooding events in the village's Main Street. The work involves laying around 650m of new sewer along Golf Course Road, Main Street and Church Terrace to Clune Terrace. 

The project is being delivered by amey-binnies and is due to start late November 2021. It is expected to take around 12 months for completion.

At a Glance

  • Alleviating sewer flooding

  • £1.8m investment

  • Delivered by amey-binnies

  • Approx. 12 months to deliver


Investing in Newtonmore

The work is aimed at addressing historical flooding events in the village's Main Street.

Why We Are Doing This 

A number of residents in the area have previously been affected by sewer flooding and this improvement project will help reduce the risk of flooding in the future. 

What We are Doing 

Work will take place on Golf Course Road, Main Street and Church Street to Clune Terrace. 

Traffic management will be in place but our team on site will work hard to minimise any disruption.

Traffic lights will be in operation on Main Street and at the junction with Golf Course Road. Road closures are also planned for Golf Course Road and Church Terrace. Diversions will be in place and will be well signposted.

When we are working in specific streets there may be some access and parking restrictions.  Our onsite team will speak to anyone impacted by any restrictions to access. Please take care and follow any signs put in place. 

Access for emergency vehicles will be always maintained and pedestrian access will not be affected.