A seventy thousand pound scheme to upgrade a water main in Canterbury is to get underway later this month.
South East Water is to replace three hundred and thirty metres of water main in Whitstable Road to reduce the number of bursts and improve water pressure for customers in the local area.
This project is an important part of our continued investment in the water infrastructure across our region to ensure we continue to supply Canterbury with top quality water. “I would like to thank the local residents and motorists for their support and patience during the work and reassure them that the team will be doing all they can to minimise any inconvenience.”
Construction is due to begin on Monday 23rd July 2012 and is expected to be completed by 28th September 2012.
Work will take place between the junction of Whitstable Road and University Road and a point outside St Edmunds School.
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