Hastings District Council starts development on new Drinking Water Bore

Hastings District Council starts development on new Drinking Water Bore

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Hastings District Council is set to start developing a new drinking water Bore this week.

The new water storage and treatment facility was completed last week after being under construction.

A second set is being set up to get going, starting from February 26. It is next to the boundary of the Frimley Pool in Frimley Park.

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Mid-next week drilling will begin — each Bore takes roughly six weeks to finalise and complete.

Drilling noise is expected to be limited or minimalised to around two hours per day.

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