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Plans for sewers upgrade on show.

WORK is due to start on the first phase of a pounds 35m upgrade of the waste water system of a North Wales town within weeks.

It includes new pumping stations in Waterside and Hibernia Row in Holyhead.

Mandy Evans,project community liaison manager, said: ``We are arranging a public exhibition of the plans for this first phase, so that people can come along and discuss the proposal with members of the project team.

``This is an essential upgrade of the sewerage infrastructure of Holyhead and surrounding areas,and this exhibition will be the first of many to explain how the scheme is being undertaken.

``All those who will be directly affected by the work will be contacted individually and we assure customers that we will do all we can to keep inconvenience to a minimum.''

The exhibition of plans will be on show at Balconi Coffi, Stanley Crescent,Holyhead on Thursday 26 February,between 2pmand 7.30pm.

The work is being carried out by GallifordTry on behalf of Daer Cymru Welsh Water.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 20, 2004
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