Major work to upgrade water network in Langley Mill starts next week
Essential work to upgrade the water network in Langley Mill will begin next week.
Severn Trent is investing £3million to install more than 12km of brand-new pipes across the village, to help reduce the number of leaks and bursts in the area.
Three teams of engineers will work at the same time throughout the project, to get the job done as quickly as possible, starting on Cromford Road, Argyle Street and Elnor Street from Monday, May 17. This major network upgrade is expected to take approximately 13 months to complete.
To keep Severn Trent engineers and other road users safe, temporary traffic lights and road closures will be in place throughout the project, moving across the village as the work progresses.
Lisa Orme from Severn Trent, said: “We know it’s still a challenging time for many people right now, but making sure our customers have a reliable water supply is as vital now as it’s ever been. That’s why you’ll see our teams working in the area to carry out these essential upgrades.
“We’ll be doing everything we can to minimise the disruption and we’d like to thank everyone in advance for their patience as we get this essential work done.
"Once all of the work is complete, the area will have a modern and reliable water network that will last for generations.”
The project team has created a 3D virtual drop-in centre for customers who want to know more about the work.
The virtual tour is full of information and is available on the Severn Trent website here.