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Churchill Drive and Beechwood Drive, Broomhill

Clarence Gardens August 2016
£2million investment to address flooding in Broomhill

This project is to help prevent sewer flooding in the Broomhill area where we need to increase the capacity of our sewer network so it can hold more water during times of heavy rainfall. To do this we will be upsizing the existing sewer pipework.

Work was completed in December 2016.

There will be some final landscaping works to be carried out in the grassed areas and we will return in the New Year to complete these. Some areas may be required to be seeded at the start of the growing season in Spring 2017. 

We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding whilst we carry out this essential work. 
If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact our Customer Helpline on 0800 0778 778 quoting the reference “Capital / 403340 / ABV”

Key project facts:

  • This is a £2milliion investment to improve our waste water network and reduce the risk of flooding in the Clarence Gardens area in Broomhill
  • This involves the laying of upsized sewers of 1.2 meters diameter
  • Work on the project started on Monday 4th April and will take approximately nine months in total to complete
  • The first phase of works to divert water mains is due to last eight weeks