Welsh Water Works in Neston - An Update
|Author: Welsh Water||Published: 9th January 2019 09:24|
Welsh Water updates AboutMyArea on the work the company has been undertaking in the Neston area.
Welsh Water is investing £1.8 million on improving the wastewater network in Neston and Little Neston, to reduce flooding from the network and to create a cleaner and greener environment for our customers.
What we've done so far?
Since August 2018 we've renewed sewerage pipes along Talbot Avenue and Mellock Lane.
We have also been renewing pipes along Lees Land and the Green. We have been working closely with Cheshire West and Chester Highways Department to plan the work and as part of this partnership working, they have asked us to take away the traffic calming chicanes on Lees Lane and replace them with speed humps while we are working in the area.
We have been back on site since January 7th, following the Christmas and New Year break. We have started work on Town Lane, using three way traffic lights and this work should take three weeks to be done.
We've finished most of the work on Lees Lane and the Green but we still need to do a little more and this work will start at the end of January. This work should take three weeks to be done. We will not need to close the road but we will be using traffic lights during the work.
In your community
We have held regular drop-in events at the Methodist Church on Mellock Lane to keep our customers informed. If you have any questions or would like more information about our work in the area, our representative Jill Roberts will be at the Methodist Church again on Wednesday, January 9th between 2pm and 4pm.
You may have also seen our community van in the area over the past few weeks. You'll find our staff on the van until 6pm for customers working throughout the day to answer any questions you have.
Want to know more?
We will update you again on how we're getting on with the work, but in the meantime if you have any questions please give us a call on 0800 052 0130 and ask for Jill Roberts or visit our website www.dwrcymru.com
Did you know that Welsh Water has a Community Fund which your community could benefit from? The Community Fund is a chance for communities to boost fundraising efforts for good causes in their area. For more information, please visit our website www.dwrcymru.com.