Water supplies in Levenwick return to normal after burst pipe

Scottish Water confirmed this morning (Thursday) that water supplies are returning to normal in Levenwick.

Residents were warned yesterday they may not have any water, low water pressure or discoloured water amid the disruption to their supply.

“Water supplies  which were affected by a burst water pipe are now returning to normal. We thank you for your patience and understanding during the incident.

“We have carried out a full repair of the fault and are now returning to normal service,” the water company said in a statement.

Those still requiring additional support are advised to sign up to their priority services register here 

If anyone has experienced flooding due to this incident, Scottish Water can be contacted on 0800 0778 778


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