We have now reset the boosters feeding RG26 & RG27 which was causing no water and low pressure in the area today.
This will resolve the pressure issues in the area and you should notice your supply returning over the next couple of hours.
We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.
You can also get further updates by clicking on our twitter link: https://twitter.com/thameswater
If you have no water or low pressure tonight, it’s likely to only be temporary whilst we look for leaks.
We actively look for leaks to try and prevent bursts from happening and to reduce wastage. Whilst looking for leaks we also check that all of our equipment works as expected.
Sometimes we have to turn some valves on and off to monitor the flow of water, allowing us to find any leaks.
Tonight we’re working in:
E6, E9, E10, E14, EC4, EN9, IG10, SE13, N17, NW1, NW2, NW8, TW16, W3, WC2R, W1U and W1T
Whilst we continue work on repairing a broken water main on Lea Bridge Road, traffic diversions in the local area remain in place. Our teams are working as quickly as we can to get things back to normal.
Lea Bridge Road remains closed east-bound today between Clapton and Lea Bridge. A diversion is in place and the west-bound lanes will remain open.
We will update this page once further information is available.
We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused.
You can also keep up to date by clicking on our twitter link: https://twitter.com/thameswater
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