Wallyford in East Lothian Energised by EA Utilities

Wallyford in East Lothian Energised by EA Utilities

Work is underway on the largest multi-utility network design and construction project ever undertaken by Energy Assets Utilities.

Engineers and technicians are on site at Wallyford, East Lothian in Scotland installing the gas, electricity and water networks that will support the development of one thousand four hundred and fifty homes and the building of a new primary school, retail units and business facilities.

It’s all part of East Lothian Developments’ plans to create a new community at St Clements Well, which stretches to the south, east and west of Wallyford.

The construction project illustrates its growing position as a leading provider of gas, electricity and water networks for residential and commercial schemes across Britain.

As we work to get the Wallyford site online, we will be bringing you more videos to show how everything connects at Energy Assets Utilities.


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