UPDATE: Repair works to finish today after pipe bursts in Bexley High Street

PUBLISHED: 12:38 18 January 2017

Thames Water hopes to have water running in Bexley again by lunchtime today (Tuesday)

Thames Water hopes to have water running in Bexley again by lunchtime today (Tuesday)


Temporary traffic lights were in place this morning

Thames Water has apologised after a four-inch pipe burst caused problems for residents overnight and this morning.

Locals took to Twitter yesterday to complain after Bexley High Street was reportedly left with no water.

Repair work is currently underway and water has been turned off to stop flooding, meaning some residents may still have no water.

Temporary traffic lights put in place for the repairs cauesd delays along Bexley High Street in both directions between the junctions for Vicarage Road and the Bexley High Street.

Thames Water confirmed that no properties had been affected by water from the burst.

The water company announced on social media that repair works were set to finish today (Wednesday).

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