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Haweswater Aqueduct - information for residents

The Parish Council has recently become aware of the proposed work to be carried out from 2023 as part of the Haweswater Aqueduct Resilience Programme (HARP). This major engineering project will take place north of Waddington, over a total period of 6 years. Further information on the nature of the project can be found via the link below:

Residents may wish to play the informational video footage embedded on the HARP website pages.

It is likely that the project will have traffic implications for West Bradford, and the Parish Council is working with United Utilities to better understand the extent of any likely impact and what steps can be taken in mitigation.

To gauge local opinion, the Parish Council would invite any resident to feedback their initial views on the proposed activity. Please send any comments / observations to the Parish Clerk (Andrew Glover), ideally within the next 3-4 weeks, via this website or using the email address

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