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MP opens new £1million Yorkshire Water investment in Bradford

Naz Shah, the MP for Bradford West, was on hand to turn on a new clean water pipe in Bradford, a £1million investment by Yorkshire Water.

The new two-mile pipe runs from Toller Lane to Bradford City Centre and will ensure the supply of high-quality drinking water to local customers and businesses.

The four-month project was undertaken by Morrison Utility Services (MUS) and was completed in five phases. The team worked from 8am to 6am, 7 days a week, to complete the scheme as quickly as possible.

Yorkshire Water Public Affairs Advisor Emily Brady said: “This was a significant investment and we are thrilled that the new clean water pipe will provide our customers with high-quality water for a long time into the future.”

Naz Shah MP said: “I’m really pleased to have attended the opening of the £1million Yorkshire Water investment In Bradford”.

“Residents and businesses from across Bradford will now benefit from this installation. I’d like thank everyone for their patience whilst the work was being undertaken”.

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