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Sewer Improvement Work Gets Underway in Orchardville area, Belfast

04 April 2014 14:59

NI Water would like to announce that essential sewer improvement work is about to get underway in the Orchardville area. The work will get underway in Orchardville Avenue, Crescent, Gardens and Finaghy Road North during the week commencing Monday 14 April 2014 and will continue for approximately 8 weeks.

This work is essential to improve the existing sewer network in the area. Some of the infrastructure improvements will be within private lands and access to certain properties will be required to make these repairs. However, those affected have received individual notifications, and we will continue to liaise directly with the relevant property owners.

Matthew Lundy, NI Water Project Manager said:

“In order to facilitate the works, it will be necessary to implement traffic management within Orchardville Avenue/Crescent/Gardens and Finaghy Road North. Every effort will be made to keep traffic disruption to a minimum, including the use of state of the art “no-dig” technology, which will enable us to repair many of the existing sewers without the need to open large trenches in the area.

“We would also like to appeal to the community to “stay safe” around the works areas, particularly children and young people. NI Water and our contractor would appeal for the support of everyone to ensure that young people do not play in or around the works or machinery.”

NI Water and our contractor BSG Civil Engineering Ltd would like to thank the public in advance for their patience during this essential improvement work that will greatly improve the sewerage infrastructure in the area.

Customer queries should be directed to Waterline on 08457 440088. Please quote “Orchardville Sewer Improvement Work, BSG Civil Engineering”                                                                                              

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