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Water main repairs in Halifax Road, Elland

Our contractors Morrison Utility Services (MUS) will be working in Halifax Road near to Elland Bridge from Monday 6 March.

The team from MUS are repairing a burst water main which is located in Halifax Road at the junctions with Park Road and Elland Bridge.  

The team will start work at approximately 7am on 6 March and will be onsite for a maximum of six days. In order to get the repair completed as soon as possible MUS colleagues will be working extended hours.

During this time Park Road and Elland Bridge will be under two-way traffic light control.

Halifax Road will be under a Halifax-bound only road closure. No HGV traffic or bus services will use Halifax Road during these six days. 

Diversion signs will be in place throughout this duration of the work.

We apologise for any traffic delays and advise motorists to consider a different route or allow extra time if they do need to travel to the area.

MUS and Yorkshire Water colleagues will not need access to properties and residents and business owners are being asked to be on their guard against bogus callers while the team is working in the area.  

Colleagues from both companies carry identity cards which can be checked by telephoning 0800 1 38 78 78 and they won't mind waiting while their details are verified.

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