Ramsey and Ballagawne Service Reservoirs 22 March 2011
"The Isle of Man Water and Sewerage Authority is today celebrating the start of one major construction scheme and the completion of another. A new service reservoir above Glen Auldyn which will serve around 5000 properties in the north and east of the island has been started by Auldyn Construction and the new service reservoir at Ballagawne which will............ " For the complete Press Release please use the link below.
WASA Press Release 21/03/11
Please find below the photographs which accompany the Press Release.
|Plate 1: Mr Tim Crookall MHK (The Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority), Hon Philip Gawne MHK and Mr Juan Watterson MHK officially open the new Ballagawne Service Reservoir |
|Plate 2: The Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority, Mr Tim Crookall MHK, officially opens the new Ronague Pump Station |
|Plate 3: Mr Tim Crookall, (The Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority), Mrs Vivian Quane (Lezayre Commissioners) and Hon W Edward Teare MHK visit the new Ramsey Service Reservoir construction site |
|Plate 4: Mr Tim Crookall, (The Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority), Mrs Vivian Quane (Lezayre Commissioners) and Hon W Edward Teare MHK visit the new Ramsey Service Reservoir construction site |
In his speech during the official opening of the new Ballagawne Service Reservoir, Mr Crookall made special mention of the hard work put in by all Authority staff in the provision of a high quality service to the Authoritys customers and thanked everyone for their efforts.
The Chairman also thanked his colleagues from the House of Keys and members of the Commissioners for their help and support in getting these two essential projects to these critical stages. Mr Crookall said,
The reservoirs at Glen Auldyn and at Ballagawne are two more schemes within the Authoritys Water Asset Management Plan which will help to secure supplies to our customers for many years to come. I must thank the residents who live close to these sites for their support when we have been seeking planning approval for the schemes and also to those near to the Ballagawne site for their patience during the construction works.
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