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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.

Temporary Traffic Lights at Les Banques for Guernsey Water Project

Guernsey Water will be laying a raw water main under Les Banques, St Sampsons from Barker’s Quarry to the grassy area on the coastline. This work will necessitate the use of temporary traffic lights on the coast road from 7th – 26th May.

The main-laying is part of the project to replace the Marais Stream clean water pumping station, which collects raw water from more than 25% of the Island’s total catchment area and is then pumped into the Longue Hougue reservoir for treatment.

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