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  • Water resources

    Early July 2017 update

    Despite lower than average rainfall over the last six months, our water resources position is satisfactory.  We don’t anticipate the need for customer restrictions (ie, hosepipe bans) this year.

    Slightly above average rainfall fell in June: a total of 62mm, which is 113% of the rain we would expect in the month. Over the last six months we have received 88% of average rainfall.

    At the end of June, total reservoir storage stood at 81% of total capacity. Pumped storage (where we pump water from rivers to top up storage in surface reservoirs) is currently running from Otterhead Lakes to Luxhay Reservoir.

    River flows are monitored on a daily basis to ensure stream supports are switched on as the appropriate flow triggers are reached. River flows have continued to fall in recent weeks and most stream supports are now running at their maximum rates.

    Stream supports are in operation in the following locations: Briantspuddle (River Piddle, Dorset); Brixton Deverill (River Wylye near Warminster); Chitterne (Chitterne Brook near Warminster); Dewlish (Devil’s Brook, Dorset); Hullavington (Gauze Brook near Malmesbury); Kingston Deverill (River Wylye near Warminster); Little Chalfield South Wraxall (Chalfield Brook near Bradford on Avon); Lower Stanton St Quinton (Rodbourne Stream near Chippenham); Luckington (Sherston Avon near Malmesbury); South Wraxall (Chalfield Brook near Bradford on Avon); Tetbury (Tetbury Avon near Malmesbury); Watergates (Tadnoll Brook, Dorset) and  Yarde Lane (Pimperne Stream, Dorset).

    The warm weather saw demands increase in June with some lower demands at the end of the month due to the occurrence of some wetter weather.


    leaks fixed on our network during 2016/17 plus a further 4,000 leaks fixed for free on customer's private supply pipes.

    We are committed to helping customers to reduce their water use. We are:

    Using water wisely can reduce customers' utility bills and help their local environment.

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