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Capelles Sewer Lining Project to Take Place Overnight

Guernsey Water will be utilising night-time working in order to carry out sewer lining along the Route des Coutanchez/Route des Capelles.

Work will begin in the Route des Coutanchez, near the College of Further Education, on 7th October before moving to the Route des Capelles on 10th October. All work will be completed by 12th October. Work will take place from 6:30pm until 7:30am in order to minimise inconvenience to traffic.

Longfrie Wastewater Network Extension Project to Start Soon

Guernsey Water would like to remind islanders that the next phase of its wastewater network extension programme will be commencing in the Route du Longfrie area of St Pierre du Bois from 29th September 2014.

The project to extend the public sewer will incorporate a number of roads in the area, and will take approximately 10 months to complete. Once installed, the extended sewer will allow up to 103 properties to connect.

Route du Longfrie Wastewater Project

UPDATE – Completion of this project will now be on 7th August rather than 18th July due to rock. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Existing Raw Water Outfall to be Upgraded at Bulwer Avenue

Guernsey Water will shortly be upgrading the Richmond Corner raw water outfall which will require the use of temporary traffic lights along Bulwer Avenue.

The project, which is part of a phased workstream that has already seen the upgrading of the Marais Stream Pumping Station, will commence on 4th October and is expected to take 6 weeks to complete. However, the traffic management arrangements along Bulwer Avenue should only be in place for the first week of the project.

Wastewater Network Extension to Start in Route du Longfrie

Guernsey Water is advising islanders that the next phase of its wastewater network extension programme will be commencing in the Route du Longfrie area of St Pierre du Bois from 29th September 2014.

The project to extend the public sewer will incorporate a number of roads in the area, and will take approximately 10 months to complete. Once completed, the extended sewer will allow up to 103 properties to connect.

Road Closure at Les Rouvets to be Extended

Guernsey Water will be extending the current road closure at Les Rouvets, Vale, for the installation of a new raw water main.

The project was intended to run to 19th July, but due to necessary amendments to the project, this has had to be extended to 2nd August.

However, the section of Les Rouvets from the junction with Rue des Annevilles/Rue de Haut to the junction with Rue des Marais is now open. This means that the closure has moved to the section of Les Rouvets between the junctions with Rue des Marais and Rue Mainguy.

Vauvert to be Closed for Wastewater Project

Guernsey Water will be continuing its project to install a new surface water sewer in Vauvert as part of its strategic separation of surface and foul water sewers.

The project, which will commence on 19th July 2014 and will necessitate the closure of the upper part of Vauvert for 6 weeks during the school summer holidays, will be carried out by local contractors Geotrant/Geomarine. This is the third phase of the project – previous phases also took place during the summer holidays in 2011 and 2012.

Wastewater Extension Work to Close St Andrew's Road

Guernsey Water is advising islanders that part of the current phase of its wastewater network extension programme will involve closing St Andrew’s Road from 4th February to 17th March.

The road will close from Les Poidevins junction to Rue de la Boullerie junction, and the diversion route will utilise Les Poidevins and L’Ecluse.

Further Information on Le Truchot Wastewater Project

Guernsey Water's forthcoming wastewater flooding alleviation project at Le Truchot will commence on Tuesday 14th January and will incorporate traffic management arrangements and the relocation of the taxi rank.

The traffic management arrangements will consist of limiting the Weighbridge Roundabout to a single traffic lane while work on the roundabout and carriageways is undertaken. Despite this restricted access, one carriageway will remain operational at all times. These arrangements are planned to run from 14th – 26th January.

Wastewater Project in Le Truchot to Start in 2014

Guernsey Water will be carrying out vital works to alleviate surface water flooding around Le Truchot, St Peter Port, from mid-January 2014.

The work, to be carried out by contractors Geomarine, will involve installing a new surface water sewer from the bottom of Le Truchot to connect to an existing sewer under the Weighbridge roundabout.

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