Birmingham Resilience Project site visit, Stourport on severn

3 October, 2017 | 17:00 - 19:00

Venue address:

Barhale Birmingham Resilience Project Office
B4193 Hartlebury Road
DY13 9AT
United Kingdom
Birmingham Resilience Project
Birmingham Resilience Project

About this event

For over a century most of Birmingham’s water has been transported by the Elan Valley Aqueduct from Welsh reservoirs. A need for increased maintenance to the EVA means that an alternative means of delivery is required which includes building a 25km pipeline from the River Severn at Stourport to Frankley.

This meeting will start with an overview of the scheme at Barhale’s project office followed by a visit to the intake works site at Lickhill.

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