Residents in Southam can soon expect better water quality promise Severn Trent - The Leamington Observer

Residents in Southam can soon expect better water quality promise Severn Trent

Leamington Editorial 1st Feb, 2022   0

AGEING water pipes in Southam are being replaced.

Severn Trent has started work to upgrade the water network on Thorntons Lane as part of a wider £3million investment in Warwickshire.

Work is taking place on Thorntons Lane between the junctions of New Street, Folly Lane, and Brook End Farm.

The upgrade will replace around 500 meters of ageing water pipes, providing customers with improved water quality and reliability for years to come, say bosses.




The work will take approximately 11 weeks to complete.

Shannon Currall from Severn Trent said: “Customers across Warwickshire deserve a modern water supply that they can rely on. That’s why we’re making these investments to benefit the local community for generations to come.


“We’ll be doing everything we can to minimise any disruption while we’re working in the area.”

To keep Severn Trent and other road users safe, a temporary road closure on Thorntons Lane will be in place for the duration of the project. Access to properties and businesses will be maintained at all times.

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