***Project Update - March 2020***
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, this project has been paused. We will let customers know when the project is resumed.
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What We are Doing
As part of multi-million pound investment across the greater Glasgow area where we have transformed Glasgow's waste water systems, we will be carrying out significant upgrade to the sewer network in the Busby Glen area. This work will reduce the risk of sewer flooding and provide environmental improvements to the local water courses.
Once complete, the new infrastructure will help prevent items which are wrongly flushed down the toilet, such as baby wipes and plastic cotton buds etc. from overflowing into the River White Cart Water. It will also reduce the risk of sewer flooding to properties in the area as well as to Busby Glen Park.
When We are Doing It
We anticipate the works will commence in January 2020 and will last approximately 14 months to complete, works in Busby Glen park will start January 2020 and will take roughly 8 months to complete. Our alliance partners amey Black and Veatch (aBV) will be carrying out the works.
On Wednesday 23rd October, we held an information event to discuss our work and plans for the area. Thanks to everyone who came along. For anyone who couldn't make it, click on the documents section below for information that was displayed at the event.
Busby Glen Documents
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