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Drainage works

Here’s Darren, working for WCG Environmental. He’s cleaning out the road drainage around Lotherington Mews. This is to allow inspectors to run cameras down the drains to inspect them, prior to adoption by Yorkshire Water.

Part of the adoption process involves the developers providing maps to Yorkshire Water, and to JRHT who say they will share the maps with DRA, which might be useful to residents.

Darren reports “it’s like a bird’s nest down here!” That’s due to wood chips that have washed onto the road from the verge here. Apparently, it’s really hard to suck them out of the drain.

Still, it’s nice to see this work progressing.

Man in Hi-viz jacket working a large bore hose down a road drainage gulley.
Darren, the drain man.
WCG Environmental truck.
WCG Environmental truck.

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