Beverley residents invited to see plans for Yorkshire Water’s multi-million pound investmentCommunity
Yorkshire Water’s multi-million pound plans to upgrade Beverley Waste Water Treatment Works, located off Waterside Road will go on show in the town.
The huge £27m project involves upgrading existing equipment and installing new processes to ensure the company can continue to treat the town’s waste water effectively and minimise its impact on the environment.
The drop-in style event is being held on the first floor of The Treasure House, Champney Road, between 11am and 3pm on Thursday 22nd March. During these times, representatives from Yorkshire Water and contract partner, Morgan Sindell SWECO will be on hand to answer any questions local residents may have. In addition, site plans will be available for viewing.
At present, a new, temporary access road is being created off Hull Road to the west of the site to reduce disruption for local residents during construction, which is expected to start this summer and continue until the end of 2019.
Communications Advisor, John Bond said: “We’ve always committed to sharing our plans with the public since obtaining planning permission last year and hope that people interested in the scheme can join us to find out more. We’ll be working in Beverley for some time and want to ensure that whilst we’re here, we engage with the community as much as possible.”