Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is set to begin survey work on its wastewater network on Birch Hill, Llangollen.
The work will start on Monday 8 April and is set to take three weeks to
While the work is ongoing it will be necessary to close Birch Hill to
However, access will be maintained for residents, according to Denbighshire County Council.
The council has informed residents and visitors that from
Monday the alternative route available for traffic is via Birch Hill,
the A5 (Queen Street to area boundary) and Maesmawr Road, and will be sign posted
Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout the period of
Welsh Water Communications Manager Jill Roberts said: “We
appreciate the disruption work such as this can cause but these measures are
necessary to ensure the safety of road users, pedestrians and our workforce. We
would like to thank people in advance for bearing with us while the work is
Welsh Water is investing heavily and working hard to ensure
top quality services to all the communities it serves. The company is investing
£1.5 billion in its water and sewerage network between 2010 and 2015.
is a ‘not-for-profit company’ which has been owned by Glas Cymru since 2001.
Welsh Water does not have shareholders, and any financial surpluses are
reinvested in the business for the benefit of customers.