Tag Archives: Wessex Water

Utility firm fined over roadworks offences

A utility firm has been fined more than £3,000 after pleading guilty to three serious roadworks offences. Somerset County Council is responsible for managing the road network and prosecuted Wessex Water as part of its commitment to minimising disruption to the travelling public and keeping them safe. All three charges relate to the New Roads […]

Second phase of works at Thorne Lane now underway

A major joint roadworks scheme in Yeovil is making good progress with the second phase now underway – three weeks ahead of schedule. Thorne Lane has been closed since 8 January while Wessex Water replaces a water main. A developer scheme to connect a new roundabout has been taking place at the same time. This […]

Dunster works move into Phase 2

Major water and highway improvements in Dunster are moving into the second and final phase. The works, which started on Monday 5 January and are due to run until the end of March, require the closure of West Street, and were planned jointly by Wessex Water and Somerset County Council to minimise overall disruption as […]

Improvement works begin but Dunster is open for business

The main road through Dunster is now closed for major water and highway improvements – but the village remains open for business. Work began on Monday to replace ageing water mains and carry out several highway improvement schemes in the village. It has been planned jointly by Somerset County Council and Wessex Water to minimise […]

Major improvements in Dunster

Major water and highway improvements which will see a main road through Dunster closed to traffic for several weeks are due to start early next month. The works, which are scheduled to run from Monday 5 January until the end of March, have been planned jointly by Wessex Water and Somerset County Council to minimise […]

Find out more about major improvements in Dunster

Dunster residents are invited to a drop-in event next week to find out more about major improvements in the village which have been planned jointly to minimise disruption as much as possible. The work, which is scheduled to start in January and last around three months, will see Wessex Water upgrading water mains and Somerset […]