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‘Pizza slice’ style lid lifted into place at £6 million flood storage tank in Goole

A massive 10 metres deep and 20 metres wide storage tank that will protect 27 homes in the Attlee Drive area of Goole from flooding has reached a milestone with a ‘pizza slice’ style lid now lifted into place.

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Andrew Percy checks in on £6 million project to reduce the risk of flooding in Goole

Member of Parliament for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, visited Yorkshire Water’s project to protect around 30 homes from sewer flooding in and around the Attlee Drive area of Goole.

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Withernsea and Hollym stakeholders join Yorkshire Water for visit to Anglian treatment facility

Representatives from Yorkshire Water were joined by key stakeholders from Withernsea and its surrounding area for a visit to Anglian Water’s Aero-Fac waste water treatment facility in Cambridgeshire.

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Beverley residents invited to see plans for Yorkshire Water’s multi-million pound investment

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. 

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Routh’s leakiest pipe to be replaced in £130,000 scheme

A 300 metre section of pipe will be replaced between the village of Routh and the White Cross roundabout and a new water main will be installed along the A1035, north east of Beverley. 

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Final phase of new access road to enter Beverley sewage plant set to begin on Hull Road

From Monday 12th February, the existing traffic lights at the junction of the A1174 and the B1230, just after the Figham roundabout will be replaced with three-way temporary lights for four weeks. 

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Skeletons from the Iron Age uncovered on £3.5m project in East Yorkshire

Northern Archaeological Associates (NAA) have uncovered a large number of archaeological features and artefacts during an extensive scheme of archaeological excavations, ahead of the installation of a new water main between Burstwick and Rimswell by Yorkshire Water and Morrison Utility Services.

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Funky street furniture fitted at Hull’s designer drinking fountains

Nine eye-catching pieces of street furniture have been added to Hull’s three new designer drinking fountains to complete the new ‘city oases’ landmarks.

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Global experts further Hull and Haltemprice's flood resilience ambitions

Leading water management experts from across the globe are gathering in Hull today to kick off an ambitious project which could see the city transformed into a world leader in flood resilience. 

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Divers to inspect coastal pipes along Yorkshire coastline

Sewer outfall pipes along the coastline that stretch up to three kilometres out to sea will be inspected by our contractors including divers to make sure they are in the best condition. 

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