White Bushes mains replacement

COVID-19 update

In response to the latest Government advice, we have stopped non-essential activity. As key workers providing an essential public service, our employees must continue to deal with emergencies in customers’ homes and in the roads across our supply area. This means all current and planned mains replacement work has been put on hold until we are advised to continue. For more information about how are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak click here.

White Bushes mains replacement

We are investing £585k in an important water mains renewal project in the White Bushes, Redhill area to secure safe and reliable drinking water supplies for homes and businesses.

The current water mains which were laid, which date from 1912, can no longer cope with the demand. This has contributed to a number of bursts and leaks in the area over recent years. The new water mains will provide secure safe and reliable drinking water supplies for homes and businesses for many years to come.

The project will involve laying approximately 1.3km of new main high-performance polyethylene pipe in the Merstham area along Bushfield Drive, The Brow, Masons Bridge Road and part of Spencer Way. Our Keeping your water flowing booklet explains the four stages needed to lay a water main and answers some key questions you may have.