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Lyneham Banks Update

Wiltshire Council and Octavius we are pleased to inform you that the works on the Lyneham Banks B4069 are shortly due to start – please see Newsletter for more information.

Meet the Contractor

Wiltshire Council and Octavius will be hosting a Meet the Contractor event on 15July 2024 between 4–7pm and are keen to meet local residents and answer any questions you may have. The location for the event is Bradenstoke Village Hall, Bradenstoke, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 4ES. We would be very pleased to meet with you to discuss any concerns or offer you further information on our works.

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Scottish & Southern Electricity Network

Engineers from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution are responding to the impact of Storm Henk which has brought a period of intense storm-force winds and heavy rain across central southern England.

If you see any damage to our equipment, please stay back, don’t touch it and instead report it to us directly via our Power Track website or by calling 105, and engineers will investigate as soon as possible.

Customers are also being encouraged to report any power losses and respond to supplies by:

  • Saving the emergency power cut number – ‘105’ – to your phone to report any loss of supply or damage to the electricity network
  • Visiting our Power Track Website to give you details of power cuts and restoration times. You can also report power cuts and network damage through Power Track.
  • Visiting the “Preparing for a power cut” section on our website, where there is a wealth of advice and information, or to chat live to one of our advisors via the Webchat service

Customers are also eligible for our Priority Services Register (PSR) if they:

  • Are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Have a disability
  • Live with children under five
  • Are blind or partially-sighted
  • Have a chronic illness
  • Use medical equipment/aids reliant on electricity
  • Are over 60.

To find out more about the PSR, click here or call 0800 294 3259.

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