South East Water will start work to lay a five hundred metre pipeline in Walderslade in Chatham on Monday.
Construction will be taking place in the playing field between Fostington Way and Catkin Close and in Robin Hood Lane.
“This project is an important part of our continued investment in the water infrastructure across our region. The new pipe will ensure a top quality water supply, including better water pressure and less chance of bursts for the community.
The project is part of the Company’s five year programme of investment and should be finished by the end of September.
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