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Church Street, Haslingfield, CB23 1JE - road closed for planned works until 7 August.Station Road, Oakington, CB24 3AH - temporary three-way lights in place for planned works until 7 August.Houghton Road, St Ives, PE27 6RQ - temporary two-way lights for repair works until 7 August.Ditton Walk, Cambridge, CB5 8QE -…
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Most household customers can have a water meter fitted free of charge. If you have a meter you only pay for the water you use so you may find you’ll save money.
Direct Debit is the easiest way to pay and is free of charge. You can also spread the cost of your bill over the year.
In most properties the stop tap is located inside, close to where the water pipe enters the building. In houses, this is usually under a sink (often the kitchen sink), in the garage, a cellar or downstairs bathroom or toilet.
You'll need to provide details of all of the plots that you require a service connection for in your application.
An outside stop tap is usually operated by a professional. They are generally located in the footpath near the boundary of your property.
Get water wise around the home.
Download our leaflets, visit www.legislation.gov.uk and www.wras.co.uk
The Water Industry Act outlines three ways to pay for new water mains.