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Anglian Water - UPDATE

We are over halfway through our 4.5million investment scheme to provide a mains sewerage system, which will help to reduce environmental problems in Burston. We have laid 4.5km of new sewer pipes and have 3.5km left to install. We are also making good progress with the construction of a Pumping Station at Audley End where we have built a 9m deep wet well in the ground. We are on track to complete this scheme by April 2018.
We know that this work can be disruptive and we are very sorry for this. We are working closely with local residents, businesses, Highways and elected officials to minimise disruption wherever possible.
We will be suspending our works between 22 December 2017 and 02 January 2018, for Christmas. The road closure and diversion will officially remain in place, however we will ensure that access is fully open to the village during this period.
We will continue to update you as we progress and invite you to visit our website anglianwater.co.uk where you can sign up to receive alerts about any work taking place in your area.
Finally we want to thank the community of Burston for your continued patience and co-operation whilst we carry out this important work in your village. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to approach our team on site or you can call our customer service lead, Natasha Tuke on 07967 795 923 or email her ntuke@anglianwater.co.uk

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