GENERAL PROJECT

Aislaby Road Rising Main

Project to replace a failing pumping main from Aislaby Road Pumping Station to Allens West, Eaglescliffe.

Project updates

Update by Gabrielle Ward

Good afternoon,

I hope you’re all well and had a lovely weekend.

I’d like to apologise that it’s been a while since you last heard from us. As mentioned in my previous update, unexpected delays can sometimes occur however, we would let you know when we have a better idea of a start date.

The project is currently under review, with the aim of starting on site around mid-June. Please be aware, this is subject to change, and we will let you know when we have a confirmed start date.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below and a member of the project team will get back to you.

We appreciate your patience during this time, and we look forward to starting work in your area soon.

Take care,

Gaby

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Update by Gabrielle Ward

Hello,

I hope you're all well!

I just wanted to post a quick update regarding our rising main work due to start in your area.

We wanted to let you know that that we plan to start construction work from March 2022 and expect the work to take up to 12 months. As with all large-scale construction projects unexpected delays can sometimes occur and if they do we will let you know.  

A construction letter with information on our work has been sent to the residents adjacent to our working area which you can view here

Please feel free to leave any questions you may have on the comment section below.

Thanks,

Gaby

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Update by Gabrielle Ward

Hello,

Just a quick reminder that Peter, Damien and I are here at The Eagle Inn today until 6pm. We are on the raised area on the right hand side of the door as you walk in. Feel free to pop down, have a cuppa and say hello!

We hope to see you soon! 

Gaby

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Update by Gabrielle Ward

Good Afternoon,

We have recently sent out a letter inviting you to our customer event tomorrow afternoon at The Eagle Inn pub. This is an opportunity for you to come and meet some of our project team, and ask us any questions you may have about the upcoming work. 

We will be at The Eagle Inn from 3pm until 6pm tomorrow (Thursday 16th December).

Following on from the governments recent announcement, we would like to reassure you that we are following Covid-19 guidelines. 

We hope to see you there tomorrow, and we look forward to meeting you all!

Gaby

 

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Update by Gabrielle Ward

Good Afternoon,

Firstly, I would like to introduce myself my name is Gaby Ward, I am the Customer Liaison Officer for MMB working along side Amanda Hunt from Northumbrian Water. We will be conducting the engagement with our customers and posting regular updates on here. Please feel free to leave us a comment below should you have any questions or even if you just wanted to say hello, we will be more than happy to help.

Although our work is not due to start until the start of next year,  I would like to make you aware that our site team will be carrying out investigation works in your area from week commencing Monday 22nd November.

Please view here for the location of the trial holes. 

In the mean time, if you have any questions you would like answering please feel free to leave a comment below. Alternatively if you would prefer a telephone conversation or require any further information or advice, please get in touch with our Customer Centre on 0345 717 1100 or visit www.nwl.co.uk to request a call back from the project team.

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

Gaby

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Update by Peter Greenan

Hi, Apologies we've not provided updates on this Project for some time but we are working towards progressing to construction early in 2022 (subject to business approval) and we will publish the  likely construction period here once this is known. We will write to customers who may be impacted more directly by the proposed pipeline shortly. You may see some activities on site in the next few months and these will include excavating trial trenches to confirm exisiting services.  I hope this information is OK for now but if not or you have any other queries then please post here. Thanks for your time. Peter

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Update by Peter Greenan

Hi

Just a brief update to let everyone know that this project is currently being reviewed (including the scope of the work that is planned); this means that construction is unlikely to start  in April, as estimated previously.  Once the review is complete and we are more confident of scope and programme we'll provide an update.

Thanks

Peter

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Update by Peter Greenan

Hi, My name is Peter Greenan and I am Northumbrian Water Project Manager for the Aislaby Road Rising Main Project.  The project involves replacing approximately 1 mile of  failing pumped main from Aislaby Road Pumping Station to Allens West, Eaglescliffe.  The main carries sewage from Yarm and the majority of Eaglescliffe.  We are currently confirming construction estimates and the overall projects cost will be approximately £2 million.  Construction is not planned until April 2020.   The route of the new main is in fields and grassed areas and crosses both Aislaby Road and the A67.  We would like to let customers know what the work consists of in more detail and seek their views at the same time.  We will write to customers in the near future letting them know how they can find further details of what is planned and how to provide feedback.  In the meantime, if you have any queries then please feel free to post them here.

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