NI Water has commenced work on a major £7 million Flood Alleviation Project in the Ravenhill area of South Belfast in February 2021.
As part of the ongoing commitment to improving our services to customers, NI Water has a long-term programme for the improvement of existing water mains. Much of our water mains system is between 40 and 150 years old, it is generally in poor condition and needs to be replaced
The “Sewerage Rehabilitation Programme” is an ongoing programme of work that is part of NI Water’s commitment to providing an effective sewerage system across Northern Ireland and represents an investment of approximately £18 million over a 6-year period.
A £13 million investment at Drumaroad Water Treatment Works (WTW) Castlewellan is currently underway.
Work is progressing well on a £2.1m NI Water investment to improve the performance of the sewerage network in key tourist areas of Benone.
The Living with Water Programme (LWWP) is a multi-agency initiative headed by the Department for Infrastructure to develop a Strategic Drainage Infrastructure Plan (SDIP) for Belfast to support economic growth, protect the environment and address flood risk.
A major £6.4 million programme of work to construct a new modern wastewater facility at Ballygowan is now underway.
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