Central Highlands Water’s (CHW) $15 million Daylesford Water Supply Pipeline is making progress with the first stage of the 1.6km pipeline installation now complete.

CHW Managing Director Jeff Haydon said, “The pipeline will provide, when required, more than 300 million additional litres per annum of supplementary water for the community and will future-proof the water needs of the service area against the impacts of climate change.”

“It is pleasing to see that the project installation is well underway and we thank the local community for their support, as the construction works move along the 14km alignment.

“Stage one of the pipeline installation has been focused on areas near Ridge Road, Daylesford, and is expanding to a new location, along the roadside of the Midlands Highway from Blampied towards Daylesford,” Mr Haydon said.

The underground 400mm diameter water pipeline will extend from Blampied, connecting to the Goldfields Superpipe, with the end connection for the pipeline at the Daylesford Water Treatment Plant.

CHW will continue working with the Hepburn Shire Council and relevant cultural, environmental and community stakeholders regarding the delivery of this project.

During construction of the pipeline, there will be minor traffic changes where works are occurring, with single lane movement at various sections, however road access will always be maintained.

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