Renew the ageing water main along Mount Street to help secure the reliability of water to customers in Perth and surrounding suburbs.
July – December 2018
For general enquires please contact the Pipes for Perth Customers Solutions Team on email email@example.com or telephone (08) 9420 3529.
For enquiries requiring immediate action onsite i.e. property access; please contact Stakeholder Manager Hayley Rolfe on 0428 842 662.
Update 15 January 2019 - Work to connect the new reticulation water main to the existing water network will take place as follows:
- Tuesday 22 January between 10am and 3pm: This work will take place at the top of Mount Street (near Kings Park) and will interrupt the water supply to one customer. We will be in touch with this customer directly to make alternative arrangements for supply.
- Wednesday 23 to Thursday 24 January between 10pm and 4am: This work will take place at the bottom of Mount Street (near Mitchell Freeway) and is being carried out at night to avoid restricting water supply to customers during the day. The water supply to customers on Mount Street, Cliff Street and Bellevue Terrace will be shut-off on Wednesday 23 January at 10pm and will be switched back on at 4am on Thursday 24 January. Please draw any water before 10pm, you may need during this time.
Customers will experience an increase in activity in the area and some noise while work takes place. We apologise for the inconvenience.
Work to connect the distribution main will take place in April 2019. Further information about this work will take place closer to the time.
Please contact DM Civil Construction Manager Simon Spanjers on 0419 000 453 or Project Engineer Sam Evans on 0427 432 974, who will be available on site to address any urgent customer concerns and enquires while this work is being carried out. Alternatively, please contact DM Civil Stakeholder Manager Hayley Rolfe on 0428 842 662, during office hours.
Update as of 5 July 2018 - Work will now be starting the week of 23 July 2018. Please see Project stages and schedule for locality of stages and timeframes.