Our work to fix the burst pipe will carry on throughout this week. Although the road remains closed to traffic we’ve opened up access for pedestrians and we’ll continue to do all we can to have everything back to normal as soon as we possibly can.
We’re really sorry for the disruption the burst pipes have caused in the last week. In each of the areas we’ve got teams working hard to get them fixed and fully support any affected customers.
Getting everything back to normal is our top priority and then we’ll investigate the causes of the bursts to help reduce the risk of further problems.
Further updates will be available on our social media feeds.
If you have no water or low pressure tonight, it’s likely to only be temporary whilst we look for leaks.
We actively look for leaks to try and prevent bursts from happening and to reduce wastage. Whilst looking for leaks we also check that all of our equipment works as expected.
Sometimes we have to turn some valves on and off to monitor the flow of water, allowing us to find any leaks.
Tonight we’re working in: E1, E1W, E2, E3, E4, E9, E14, EC1, EC1Y, EC2, EN3, GU1, IG5, IG8, KT6, KT19, N4, N5, NW1, NW2, NW4, NW6, NW10, NW11, RG18, SE13, SL2, SW1, SW4, SW6, SW7, SW11, TW1, TW2, TW3, TW4, TW7, TW11, W1, W3, W4 and WC1.
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