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Yorkshire Water submits planning for exemplar sustainable development

Yorkshire Water and sister company Keyland Developments Ltd have submitted a planning application to Bradford City Council to transform redundant land around the Esholt waste water treatment works in Bradford into one of the country’s leading sustainable industrial and residential developments.

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£5m safety works at historic Lindley Wood reservoir

A £5m project is taking place at the scenic Lindley Wood reservoir in Otley led by Yorkshire Water to improve the safety of the historic overflow.

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Nature and people to benefit from a £2.6 million environmental project in West Yorkshire

Work has started on a two year £2.6 million natural flood management project in West Yorkshire led by the National Trust to help protect homes and nurture wildlife devastated by the Boxing Day floods of 2015.

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Yorkshire Water is nearing completion of its million pound scheme in Toller Lane to Bradford city centre

From September 13th, Morrison Utility Services (MUS), who are completing the work on Yorkshire Water’s behalf, will start some roadworks in Westgate near to the City Road roundabout which, for safety reasons will need temporary three-way traffic lights. This work is expected to take approximately five days to complete. 

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Phase two of £250,000 sewer upgrade project in Thornhill Lees set to begin

Yorkshire Water have now completed their first phase of work in Lees Hall Road, Dewsbury to divert a water main in order to lay a new sewer pipe.

The £250,000 scheme is designed to reduce the risk of sewer flooding in the area.

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Looking after Calderdale’s countryside

Two summer rangers are patrolling Calderdale’s countryside to keep people safe and help manage reservoir sites during the peak visitor season.

Calderdale Council has welcomed Helen Marriott and Phillip King to the temporary roles in its Countryside Service, with the support of Yorkshire Water.

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Work to be carried out on Hunslet Lane to help control Leeds' water demand

Yorkshire Water will start  work on Hunslet Lane near to the Crown Point Retail Park as part of a £1.8 million pound scheme to give the city's underground network of pipes a 21st century makeover.

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Swinging into action – poo power helps Yorkshire Water drive green ambitions at Knostrop

Those who drive into Leeds on the M1 or A63 may have seen a rather large golf ball looking object appear on the Yorkshire Water Knostrop treatment plant near Leeds.

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‘Smart’ valves installed in Leeds

The underground network of water pipes in Leeds are getting a £1.8m 21st century makeover to help cope with a huge spike in demand for water, with around 12 million litres of water consumed each day in the city centre alone.

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MP helps find leaks in Keighley

John Grogan, MP for Keighley, joined Yorkshire Water’s leakage inspectors on the hunt for water leaks in Keighley.

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