Major sewer upgrade unveiled for Glasgow’s southside

Scottish water is set to invest £750,000 upgrading the sewer network in the Cathcart area of Glasgow to help reduce the risk of flooding.

This project will address long-standing internal flooding issues for properties in the area and will include excavations up to six metres below ground to access the existing sewer.

Scottish Water has Civil Engineers George Leslie Ltd delivering the project, which will also see teams working inside the actual sewer pipe itself.


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