Start – finish: April 2019 - end March 2021
The building of water and wastewater networks in Clevedon Village is well underway. To find out how we're tracking, view our latest video.
“Aa” graded water will be supplied by the Ardmore Water Treatment Plant. About 6.6km of local water network reticulation will be built. A temporary reservoir may be used until demand requires a final reservoir to be built. Existing properties within Clevedon Village may be able to connect to the water network.
The wastewater network will be an 11km vacuum system, similar to Kawakawa Bay, with wastewater being transferred via Papakura for treatment at the Māngere Wastewater Treatment Plant. Stage 4 works along Papakura-Clevedon Road are now underway.
Questions and answers
These questions and answers are intended as a guide to help existing residents in Clevedon village understand more about water and wastewater connections. The document also covers off the cost and process residents will need to follow if they are interested. Click here for the question and answer document.
Next steps document
This document covers the next steps of the connection process. It also provides information for those interested in making a connection to the Clevedon network. Click here to access the next steps document.
What are the benefits?
The networks will help address environmental pollution from failing septic tanks, provide reliable and safe water and wastewater services, as well as cater for growth in Clevedon.
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