Berkshire news Water company urges Berks customers to 'apply restraint' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It comes after hosepipe bans were announced in Kent and Sussex

Berkshire news Water company urges Berks customers to 'apply restraint' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It comes after hosepipe bans were announced in Kent and Sussex

Berkshire news Water company urges Berks customers to 'apply restraint' PremierLeague-News.Com
03 August 2022 - 11:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A hosepipe ban and sprinkler ban will be imposed on people across Kent and Sussex, South East Water has confirmed. The measure follows the driest July on record since 1935. The firm said they have "been left with no choice but to restrict the use of hosepipes and sprinklers" from Friday, August 12, until further notice. However, will Berkshire follow suit and impose a hosepipe ban? South East Water has said that areas in Surrey, Berkshire, and Hampshire have "not suffered from the same water supply issues as experienced in Kent and Sussex". Despite this, the firm is encouraging people to "apply voluntary restraint on the amount of water they use at home". READ MORE: Monkeypox found in Slough as UK cases of disease continue to rise Head of water resources at South East Water, Lee Dance, said that they are currently monitoring the situation and will advise customers if circumstances change. He added: “Whilst demand in our supply areas in Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire has also increased considerably, we have not suffered from the same water supply issues as experienced in Kent and Sussex. “For the time being, we are in a position that we can continue to ask our customers to apply voluntary restraint on the amount of water they use at home.

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. “The restrictions in Kent and Sussex will continue until we are confident that the demand for water has reduced back to manageable levels. We will keep the position under constant review. This really is just a short temporary measure to help us in these very unusual circumstances.” The first hosepipe ban of the year was announced last week, affecting Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. It will come into effect on Friday, August 5. Hosepipe bans in Kent and Sussex will come into force the following week on Friday, August 12. Read next: Legoland Windsor hotel re-opening date following fire pushed back another day Water main leaking for six weeks - and still not repaired! Chris Tarrant's quiet life in a Berkshire where he shares his home with Ukrainian refugees Former Prezzo restaurant could get new lease of life 'Disappointment' in community over school expansion scheme Read More Related Articles Legoland Windsor hotel re-opening date following fire pushed back another day Read More Related Articles Chris Tarrant's quiet life in a Berkshire village where he shares his home with Ukrainian refugees

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