Residents are being invited to discuss plans to install more than a kilometre of brand-new water pipe in Elstead, Surrey.

South East Water is set to install the water main in Thursley Road and Milford Road to strengthen the capacity of its existing network.

Work is set to begin in September and will take approximately 22 weeks to complete. A series of temporary traffic lights will be in place throughout the project to protect pedestrians and motorists.

Jeremy Dufour, Project Manager, said: “This vital project will help us increase the capacity of our network and ensure we can continue to supply residents with top quality drinking water as the community grows.

“We know traffic lights can be disruptive however we must prioritise the safety of both the public and our workforce.

“Access to homes will always be maintained and we will work closely with local businesses to ensure their trade is not disturbed as a result of our work.

“If you would like to find out more information about the project, please join us at our virtual drop-in session on August 5th.”

The public information session will be held via Zoom from 6pm.

To sign up, visit South East Water’s dedicated project webpage:

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