Culloden Water Main Upgrade
Investing in Culloden's water network
Traffic management will be in place to allow work to be completed safely.
***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.
To find out more about Scottish Water's response to the Coronavirus, click here.
What are we doing?
Scottish Water is investing £1.4m to improve the water network in Culloden and the surrounding area. The project involves the installation of 2.2 km of new water main from the junction of Barn Church Road, along Tower Road and finishing on Culloden Road.
What does the work involve?
The work will be delivered on a rolling from 6 January 2020. It is anticipated that the project will be on-going until the middle of the year. The new pipeline will start to be laid at the junction of Barn Church Road, continuing along Tower Road and finishing on Culloden Road at the junction.
Traffic management will be in place while work is being carried out and advance signage will be in place along the routes affected to make road users aware. Access .
During the work you may notice some noise from construction equipment. Our contractors will try and keep this to a minimum.
We would like to to customers and road users for any inconvenience caused while we carry out this work.
Why are we doing this work?
We are delivering these improvements to the water network in Culloden to increase capacity and ensure we can meet the needs of housing and economic growth in the area, as well as improve services for customers now and in the coming years.