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2016 News

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These are the most recent press releases issued by South West Water.

To view news stories throughout the year please click on the relevant date range on the left.


Leedstown mains investment
29 September 2016
South West Water is investing nearly £300,000 to improve the level of service to customers in the Leedstown area by replacing a 3.5km section of water mains from Praze-an-Beeble.
Nick Buckland appointed Chair of South West Water's new Customer Challenge Group
13 September 2016
Nick Buckland OBE has been appointed as independent Chair of a new Customer Challenge Group for South West Water. The Group will assist and challenge South West Water during the three-year development of the company's next regulated business plan, which will run from 2020 to 2025.
Planning some plumbing work?
6 September 2016
South West Water is supporting the campaign to urge people who are planning plumbing work to make sure they are aware of water regulations before they start.
Fore Street, Exeter, to be partially closed for sewer repairs
1 September 2016
Fore Street, Exeter, will be closed to through traffic for three weeks while South West Water repairs a collapsed sewer.
Take a peek behind the scenes at the region's water and sewerage services
9 August 2016
Members of the public are invited to go behind the scenes of the region's water and sewerage services in September.
Residents reminded of their role in keeping North Devon's seas clean
8 August 2016
Local residents are being encouraged to play their part in helping to keep North Devon's seas clean.
South West Water goes to Lundy
29 July 2016
Four South West Water bowsers are on their way to Lundy Island to help secure water supplies after a prolonged dry spell has left the island facing a water shortage.
Salcombe flood alleviation scheme
25 July 2016
Work on a £1.5million flood alleviation scheme in Salcombe has finished in time for the summer holidays.
Tunnelling work about to start under A386
18 July 2016
Meet SPOD - the tunnelling machine about to burrow underneath the A386.


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