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Planned work

Bournemouth

Tuesday 19 to 22  September 2017

New water connection outside 6 Carbery Lane, Bournemouth 

From Tuesday 19 to 22  September 2017 Bournemouth Water will be carrying out work to install a new water service outside the above address. 

Following consultation with Bournemouth highways department and to carry out this work safely it will be necessary to close Carbery Lane between the junctions of Pine Avenue and Stourwood Avenue.

A diversionary route will be in operation as set out by the local highway authority. Pedestrian access to residents and businesses in Carbery Lane will be maintained at all times. We appreciate that there will be some disturbance while we carry out this work and are sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

Please see Council notices for further information

Wimborne

From 20 to 23 September 2017
     
New water connection 71 High Street, Wimborne - Temporary Road Closure


From Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd September 2017 between 19:00 and 07:00 each night we will be carrying out work to install new water connections outside 71 High Street, Wimborne.

Following consultation with Dorset County Council highways department, it has been agreed that in order to carry out these works safely it will be necessary to temporarily close to through traffic a section of the High Street between its junction with The Square and its junction with King Street.

A diversionary route will be in operation as set out by the local highway authority. Pedestrian access to residents and businesses in the High Street will be maintained at all times. We appreciate that there will be some disturbance while we carry out this work and are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Please see Council notice for further information.

West Moors

From Thursday 21 to Friday 22 September 2017

New Water Connection outside 3 Uplands Close, West Moors 

From Thursday 21 to Friday 22 September 2017 we will be carrying out work to install a new water connection.

Following consultation with Dorset County Council highways department, it has been agreed that in order to carry out these works safely it will be necessary to temporarily close Uplands Close between 08:30 and 16:00 each day. Please could you arrange to park your vehicles past the closure point prior to our work commencing.

Emergency and pedestrian access will be maintained at all times. We appreciate that there will be some disturbance while we carry out this work and are sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

Please see Council notices for further information

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We would like to apologise for any inconvenience these works may cause and thank you for your patience whilst they are being carried out.

If you require further information please contact Customer Services on 01202 590059 or email us.

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Criminals may pretend to be from a utility company so they can get into peoples’ homes and steal money or valuables. And more than half of bogus callers pose as water company employees.

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