CHARVIL residents will be flushed with success once a new four-month project, which includes a road closure, is completed.
From Monday, Thames Water will start a project which will connect 12 homes in Charvil to the sewage network, ending their need to use septic tanks.
A new pumping station will also be built as part of the scheme, along with an outdoor cabinet to shelter control panels and other equipment. There will also be a new pipeline used to connect the Waingels Road homes.
As a result, Thames Water will close Waingels Road at its junction with Denmark Avenue to the junction of Beggars Hill Road, until Tuesday, September 3.
The firm said that the closure will be during the school summer holidays to reduce disruption to the nearby Waingels College. Footpaths will remain open during the work.
A spokesperson for Thames Water said: “This is an important project to provide access to the sewage network for the residents of Waingels Road, who have previously had to use septic tanks.
“We understand the associated roadworks may cause disruption and would like to thank residents for their patience while this work is carried out.”