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Walton Cardiff

We plan to replace 1.6 kilometres of sewage pumping mains serving the Walton Cardiff sewage pumping station. This is because due to their age the material has become brittle and has suffered a series of bursts, resulting in the risk of pollution of the local rivers.

Our progress so far

We plan to construct a new replacement sewage pumping main, approximately 1.6 kilometres long, between the pumping station adjacent to the Derek Graham Memorial Gardens and King George’s Field. The proposed route of the pipe will cross under Walton Cardiff Lane, through the field towards the A38 embankment, under the highway and then across the nature reserve field, towards Tirle Brook and the River Swilgate.

After crossing under the watercourses, the main will head towards Queens Road. Most of the work will be undertaken using no dig trenchless drilling methods and there will be no interruption to either the traffic on the A38 or the river flows.

Any work that requires traffic management is listed here.

IN PROGRESS

Road Closure

To allow us to carry out this work quickly and safely, our tem will work under a road closure.  

Roads affected:

Queens Road

Our Progress

Start date

29 June 2021

Upcoming work

Work in Progress

Work completed

Estimated completion date

20 July 2021

IN PROGRESS

Road Closure

To allow us to carry out this work quickly and safely, our team will be working under a road closure.

Roads affected:

Wenlock Road

Our Progress

Start date

7 June 2021

Upcoming work

Work in Progress

Work completed

Estimated completion date

28 June 2021

Our Progress

Start date

5 May 2021

Upcoming work

Work in Progress

Work completed

Work is now complete on this section.

Estimated completion date

4 June 2021

Taking care of one of life's essentials


Let us know how we're doing

Please get in touch if you have any feedback about our works.


Meet the team

Ian Woodward

Severn Trent Water Project Manager

07789 903278