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£2.3m sewer improvement project in Thirsk to improve local watercourses

The project is part of a wider programme of environmental improvements to enhance the quality of water that is discharged from some of its waste water treatment works.

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Rolling road closure planned for Beckwith Road as new water pipe is installed

Yorkshire Water has started its second phase of work in Beckwith Road between Otley Road and Pannal Ash roundabout to lay a new water pipe to improve water quality.

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Spillway improvement project at Fewston Reservoir

Yorkshire Water are about to start a £400,000 spillway improvement project at Fewston Reservoir. 

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Bridge installed at Cod Beck reservoir to complete circular walking route

As part of Yorkshire Water’s aims to make its reservoir more wheelchair and pram friendly, a pedestrian bridge has been installed at Cod Beck reservoir with the help of the Sheepwash Action Group. 

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Ogden, Langsett and Grimwith compete to be named Yorkshire’s best reservoir

Three of Yorkshire’s finest beauty spots are set to battle it out to be named the county’s best reservoir. 

After preliminary rounds which saw them crowned regional winners in North, South and West Yorkshire, Ogden Water, Langsett and Grimwith are each relying on the public’s help to claim the top prize. 

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Sewer improvements for the village of Coneythorpe

Yorkshire Water is about to start a £300,000 project to lay a new sewer through the village of Coneythorpe near Knaresborough. The existing sewer runs through nearby woodland and due its age is at risk of bursting. 

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Crucial flood partnership scheme finished

A local councillor has surveyed work that has recently finished on a new pipeline that goes under the railway line in Norton and will play a crucial part in the area’s emergency flood plan.

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Waste water improvements in Hillam

Yorkshire Water have started preparations for a £3.8 million project to lay a new pipeline from Hillam Waste water Treatment Works (WwTW), located off Stocking Lane, to Sutton WwTW. 

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Flood action group to hold multi-agency safety day

The Tadcaster Flood Action Group is holding a day-long fair about flood safety and community resilience this weekend.

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£3.4 million investment in Selby’s drinking water

We have now installed innovative technology at Great Heck Water Treatment Works as part of our major investment in Selby’s drinking water. 

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