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Northern Gas Networks wins most considerate site in the UK at national construction awards

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the North of England’s gas distributor, has won the country’s Most Considerate Site Award (project value under £500k) at the annual Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards.

In an online ceremony today, NGN was presented with the award for the care and consideration it showed towards the local community while it worked to upgrade an above ground installation (AGI) in Selby, North Yorkshire.

The win was just one of 19 for NGN sites across the North East, Northern Cumbria and Yorkshire which were shortlisted for the 2020 awards. In total, NGN also garnered seven bronze awards, seven silver awards and four gold awards.

NGN invested £316K in the Selby project, which included the demolition of buildings at the site and the relocation of a new governor, which reduces the gas pressure when this is required.

James Barker, Project Manager at Northern Gas Networks, said: “This was a major project which took place near a busy road into Selby town centre, close to homes and businesses. And because there was an element of demolition involved, there was the potential for disruption, noise and dust.

“With that in mind, we wanted to show consideration and care to our customers and make the site the best it could possibly be.

Ryan Mallinder, who managed the project alongside James, said: “The project scored highly in all categories but the most satisfying for me was valuing our workforce. The facilities were outstanding for the workers; we paid for membership at a local gym and on Fridays home-cooked meals were brought to site and shared.

“We also took care over the look of the site; putting up flags and banners, and fencing everything off tidily. We also recycled as much waste material as we could, and also created a ‘considerate garden’ with wild flowers and bee-friendly plants, which was left to thrive after we had completed the project. Bird feeders were put up around the site to encourage birds to come to the area.”

In its citation, the CCS judges said: “The AGI site in Selby had the ‘wow’ factor. Visitors and operatives were greeted with an exceptional, well laid-out and tidy establishment that clearly prioritised operative safety.”

Among NGN’s others wins were a gold award for the successful demolition of a gas holder in Darlington, and a silver award for a complex, 60-week project to replace gas mains in Huddersfield, when NGN co-ordinated works other companies such as Yorkshire Water and a fibre optic network builder upgrading the town’s broadband, so that the same stretch of road did not have to be excavated repeatedly. This saved a good deal of disruption for local residents and businesses.

Ian Whitehead, Major Projects Programme Manager at Northern Gas Networks, said: “We are delighted to have won the Most Considerate Site in the UK Under £50k for the third time. The AGI project in Selby is a fantastic example of how thought, care and attention to detail can have a positive impact at a site.

“I’m incredibly proud of all our colleagues who have worked so hard to produce such excellence. Our other 18 other wins are testament to the hard work of our teams, who strive to make sure all our sites observe CCS best practice in terms of appearance, protecting the environment, safety, valuing the workforce and respect for neighbouring communities.

“As the first gas distribution network to sign up to the CCS, these awards show the commitment NGN has made towards ensuring that our works can have a positive impact on communities, and that we’re delivering the best experience we can for our customers and our engineers.”

Since 1999, the CCS has been rewarding the UK’s most considerate sites for the contribution they have made towards improving the image of construction.

It looks at the measures a site has put in place to be more considerate towards local neighbourhoods and the public, the workforce and the environment.

All NGN projects scheduled to take more than six weeks to complete are registered with the CCS and NGN has rolled out CCS principles to all sites, including Emergency and Repair, and Connections projects.

NGN is dedicated to maintaining its high standards on site, both for its customers and contractors. The company is constantly monitoring best practice and in doing so, regularly improving its processes and site efficiency.

To find out more about the work of the CCS, please go to www.ccscheme.org.uk

Anyone that smells gas or suspects Carbon Monoxide should call the National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. This line is in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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NGN Apprenticeship Scheme seeking recruits to deliver a greener energy future

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), has launched its latest Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme, looking to recruit a diverse range of young people to train with an innovative gas network putting the steps in place for a greener energy future.

The gas distributor for the North is a leading employer across Yorkshire, the North East and northern Cumbria, and relies on high-skilled engineers to safely deliver the gas supply to 2.7 million homes and businesses across the region.

NGN is committed to greening its gas network by exploring the use of hydrogen as an alternative to natural gas, supporting the Government’s Net Zero emissions target of 2050.

It also hopes to inspire people with a passion for problem-solving and technical innovation to apply for an engineering apprenticeship and fulfil their career potential.

Engineers are often the ‘friendly face’ of NGN, with customers remembering when they have had a positive experience with operatives working in their homes.

As well as an interest in low carbon energy technology, the gas distributor is looking for those with a ‘can do’ attitude who will enjoy working with customers, and for candidates from diverse backgrounds who haven’t considered a career in engineering before.

The opportunities on offer for 2021 are in maintenance and operations; engineering technician apprenticeships, and engineering fitter apprenticeships, and all will run for four years.

There are 15 full-time places on offer, all of which will develop apprentices’ existing strengths while teaching them new skills lending a firm foundation for a rewarding future career.

The salary for an apprentice is £16,000 and you must be 18-years-old with four GCSEs at grade 4 or above.

Applicants need to be able to drive, but NGN will enable those who can’t to obtain a full drivers’ licence. The closing date for applications is Sunday 27th September.

Callum Dale completed his engineering apprenticeship and now works full-time with NGN.

He said: “The apprenticeship programme at NGN offers great flexibility, which allow individuals to gain valuable skills. It is so important to recruit young talent as they can bring new skills, ideas and energy into the business.

“I was incredibly lucky to have received a great deal of support during my apprenticeship and I believe that it provided me with a whole host of valuable expertise that I may not have had access to elsewhere.”

CEO Mark Horsley said: “This is a really exciting time to train as an engineer but also to work for NGN. We want to equip the next generation of our people with the skills to support a transition to a low-carbon energy future.

“The apprentices of 2021 will play an crucial role in helping our workforce be ready for net zero.”

Mark began his own career at 16 as an apprentice cable jointer with the then North Eastern Electricity Board in York.

Mark said: “I absolutely loved it. By the time I finished my four-year apprenticeship and began my first role as an electrical craftsman, I’d gained a strong technical grounding and had learnt a great deal about different processes and how things work.

“I thoroughly recommend considering an engineering apprenticeship; even if you don’t know exactly what you want to do, the on-the-job training will give you transferable skills that you’ll find invaluable throughout your career.”

If you would like to find out more, please go to www.careers.northerngas.co.uk/vacancy-details/6060 for application details.

Anyone that smells gas or suspects carbon monoxide should call the National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. This line is in operation 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

 

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Who you gonna call? Only a fifth of households in the North of England know the number to call in a gas emergency, new research reveals

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Only a fifth of households in the North of England know what number to call in a gas emergency, new research has found.

The research, carried out by Northern Gas Networks and other UK gas distributors, coincides with national Gas Safety Week (w/c September 14).

The findings reveal that many households do not know how to call the National Gas Emergency Service – on 0800 111 999 – if they smell gas or suspect Carbon Monoxide.

Across Yorkshire, the North East and northern Cumbria, 87 percent of households respondents said that they were confident that they knew what to do if they smelt gas.

But 55 percent of households said they would call for help from inside their homes on a mobile phone, which is potentially dangerous. Customers are advised to avoid using any electrical equipment indoors, including mobile phones, if they smell gas.

And while 47 percent knew to call the National Gas Emergency Service, only 21 percent knew the right number to dial – just over a fifth.

Northern Gas Networks is using Gas Safety Week 2020 as an opportunity to promote the National Gas Emergency Service number, and provide tips and advice to keep families safe.

Tom Bell, Head of Social Strategy at Northern Gas Networks, said: “It is concerning that so few of the survey respondents knew to dial 0800 111 999 if they smelt gas or suspected Carbon Monoxide in the home. This number can literally save lives.

“We’d like to see the number become as memorable as 999 or NHS 111. Our gas network is safe and reliable and gas leaks are rare, but it’s still a good idea to keep the 0800 111 999 number handy. You never know when you might need it.”

When calling the National Gas Emergency Service, customers are put through to an experienced operator, who asks a few questions and dispatches an engineer who’ll arrive within one or two hours.

The operator also gives advice about what to do while waiting for the engineer, such as opening doors and windows. Once the engineer has arrived, they won’t leave until the situation has been made safe.

As well as calling the number immediately, customers who smell gas are advised to:

  • Open doors and windows to let fresh air in
  • Put out any naked flames, and don’t light matches or cigarettes
  • Turn off all gas appliances and don’t use them until they have been checked by a gas engineer
  • Turn the gas off at the meter
  • Turn off all electrical appliances, and avoid turning any switches on or off, and
  • Keep others away from the area.

The annual Gas Safety Week is organised by the Gas Safety Register; a national organisation which provides gas safety advice to consumers, and also publishes a register of qualified gas engineers.

The survey asked 8023 customers in England, Wales and Scotland whether they know what to do if they smell gas, with responses broken down by region.

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Gas upgrade for Richmond

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the gas distributor for the North of England, will be carrying out work to upgrade the gas network in Richmond from September 21.

The project, which will last five weeks, will see the ageing metal pipework replaced by new, more durable plastic pipes, to ensure a safe and reliable supply of gas to customers. The project has been planned in collaboration with North Yorkshire County Council.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Bridge Street at the corner of The Green and moving over the bridge on to Slee Gill from 8.00am on Monday 21st September for the duration of the work. Signs will be displayed for motorists.

Steve Pigott, Business Operations Lead for Northern Gas Networks, said: “This project will ensure a safe and reliable gas supply for homes and businesses in Richmond for many years to come.

“We appreciate that nobody likes roadworks, but we can assure road users and residents that our team will be working hard to complete this project as quickly and safely as possible.”

For further information about the work please contact NGN’s Customer Care Team on 0800 040 7766 or email: customercare@northerngas.co.uk.

Northern Gas Networks is continuing to prioritise work in line with UK government health guidance and has extra safety precautions in place to keep everyone safe and ensure that its workplaces are Covid secure.

Engineers will only request entry to a customer’s property if it is absolutely necessary in order to ensure their safety, the continuity of a safe gas supply or at a customer’s request.

More information about how the company is working safely during Covid is at the Northern Gas Networks website: www.northerngasnetworks.co.uk

Anyone that smells gas or suspects carbon monoxide should call the National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. This line is in operation 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

 

 

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Northern Gas Networks wins international award for safety

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The North of England’s gas distributer, Northern Gas Networks (NGN), has been awarded a prestigious international award by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for excellent health and safety practices.

NGN won a Gold award from RoSPA for the fourth consecutive year, demonstrating the company’s strong commitment to the safety of its customers and employees. The company received its award at an online ceremony, held on September 3, 2020.

The international RoSPA Health and Safety Awards are open to UK and international entrants, and recognise achievements in health and safety, including good practice in the areas of leadership and workforce involvement.

Organisations receiving a RoSPA Award are recognised as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. Every year, nearly 2,000 entrants vie to achieve the highest possible accolade in what is the UK’s longest-running health and safety industry awards

Mark Simpson, Environment, Health and Safety Manager at NGN, said: “As the North of England’s gas distributer, operating a safe and reliable gas network is our number one priority. We are all very proud to win our fourth consecutive Gold award from RoSPA. It underlines the hard work and commitment of all our employees to keeping our customers and colleagues safe. Safety is at the core of everything we do – and this award recognises that.”

 Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of qualifications, awards and events, said: “The RoSPA Awards scheme is the longest-running of its kind in the UK, but it receives entries from organisations around the world, making it one of the most sought-after global accolades in health and safety.

“RoSPA wants every employee, wherever they are, to work safe in the knowledge that they will be going home unharmed and healthy at the end of every day. The RoSPA Award winners are vital to help achieve this goal, as by entering they are driving up standards and setting new benchmarks for organisations everywhere. Currently, around 7million people are directly impacted by the RoSPA Awards, but the scheme’s influence is even wider.”

For more information about the RoSPA Awards visit www.rospa.com/awards

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Bradford Council’s Alternative Fuel Centre a step closer thanks to NGN grant

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN) has secured a £770,000 Network Innovation Competition funding grant from Ofgem for essential work to link Bradford’s Alternative Fuel Centre to the gas network.

The move brings the development of a compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station on Bowling Back Lane a step closer, by linking it into the local gas transmission system operated by Northern Gas Networks.

Compressed natural gas is a cleaner and quieter alternative to traditional transport fuels, which will contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions as the UK tackles decarbonisation.

The plans will see the Household Waste Recycling Centre on Bowling Back Lane redeveloped by 2021 to provide the facility for the Council and other local business fleets including NGN.

As well as helping achieve the Council’s climate change targets, the use of alternative fuels would also provide a cost saving both for the Local Authority and other businesses taking advantage of the site.

Richard Hynes-Cooper, Head of Innovation for Northern Gas Networks said: “Transport is a key piece of the decarbonisation jigsaw. Alternative fuels like CNG allow us to take a step towards moving large fleets, such as our own, towards a cleaner and greener future.

‘We’re delighted to be working with Bradford Council on such a significant project for the city and the region.”

Ofgem’s Gas Network Innovation Competition is an annual opportunity for gas network companies to compete for a pot of £20 million funding, for the development and demonstration of new technologies.

Funding is provided for the best innovation projects helping networks understand how they can deliver environmental benefits, reduced costs and maintained security of energy supply for customers, as the UK moves to a low carbon economy.

Project funding was secured in 2015, and the Bradford CNG opportunity was identified when a suitable site for a filling station in Leeds could not be secured.

Councillor Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s portfolio holder for Healthy People and Healthy Places, said:

“The Alternative Fuel Centre is an important part of our plans to reduce air pollution and reduce our carbon footprint. This grant takes us a step closer and we thankful for the work NGN have been doing to help get us to this point. We look forward to continuing to work with them to complete this project.”

The Council plans to replace 77 HGVs with compressed gas variants over the next seven years including 22 in the financial year 2021/22. These would include refuse collection vehicles, articulated lorries, tankers and hook-loaders.

On average, each HGV currently consume 14,000 litres of diesel per annum and, by switching fuels, the project will achieve greenhouse gas reductions of 85% for each.

It is estimated that this will reduce the Council’s fleet greenhouse gas emissions by almost 12,400 tonnes over the next seven years.

Grants for local businesses to upgrade vehicles to meet Clean Air Zone (CAZ) standards, including compressed gas vehicles, are proposed to be available until the end of 2021 as part of the Bradford Clean Air Plan.

NGN has committed 15 fleet vehicles to use the site.

Compressed natural gas and biomethane will remain a cost-effective alternative to diesel for hauliers into the next decade – the Treasury has fixed the fuel duty for natural gas/biomethane for vehicle use at 24.7p/kg until 2032.

NGN notes to editors

  1. Since we started operating in 2005, we’ve been leading the way as one of the most cost-efficient of the UK’s eight gas distribution networks. We deliver great value for money to our customers, as well as a whole host of social and economic benefits to our region. We’re recognised as a dynamic, passionate, conscious and people focused team that safely and reliably delivers gas to over 2.7 million homes and businesses across the North East, northern Cumbria and much of Yorkshire.
  2. Although we don’t source the gas, fix boilers and appliances, or get involved with plumbing, we work with those that do to deliver it through a vast network of underground pipes that are constantly being invested in and upgraded. It’s more complicated than it sounds so we’re always exploring cutting-edge thinking, revolutionary engineering practices and world-class science to find new ways to provide sustainable sources of energy. And while our customers may not see us very often, they can sleep soundly knowing that we’re working around the clock to keep them connected and make sure they stay safe. For more information visit the Northern Gas Networks website. Alternatively, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

You can contact Northern Gas Network’s press office on: 0113 322 7950 during office hours (between 8.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays) or call the out of hours service on 0113 322 7978 at any other time.

 

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Campers urged to stay CO-safe during summer staycations

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With thousands of local people heading to UK campsites this August to salvage their summer holidays, Northern Gas Networks is urging families to stay alert to the dangers of Carbon Monoxide (CO).

CO is a potentially lethal gas that is released into the air when fuels such as gas or coal are not burnt away completely. Camping stoves, BBQs and gas heaters can produce CO, if there is not adequate ventilation when they are used.

CO is dubbed the ‘silent killer’ as it can’t be seen, smelt or tasted. It claims around 50 lives in the UK annually, and causes around 4,000 people to be hospitalised each year.

Steve Dacre, Customer Experience Development Manager for Northern Gas Networks, said: “Families will be taking extra precautions around social distancing and hygiene this summer, but it’s important they are alert to CO, too.

“CO is particularly hazardous in small spaces, such as tents and caravans. Many people don’t realise that a BBQ, even when it is no longer being used and is cooling down, can still release potentially fatal amounts of CO in a confined space.

“We know that families have a lot of advice to follow this summer – but please make sure CO safety is added to the checklist. We want our customers to enjoy a relaxing holiday, and to come back safe and sound.”

There are some simple steps that families can take to stay safe while camping:

  • Know the signs of CO poisoning, which can include nausea, headaches and dizziness;
  • Remember the symptoms of CO poisoning can be very similar to the effects of other holiday related sicknesses, like food poisoning and dehydration;
  • Keep BBQs, stoves and heaters outside your tent, caravan or cabin – and not too close to the entrance;
  • Take an audible Carbon Monoxide alarm with you. This can be the same kind of alarm that you may have in your home, and there is no reason why you can’t take a similar model on holiday and use it in your tent or caravan;
  • Be aware of the signs of an unsafe gas appliance in your accommodation, such as black marks and stains around the appliance, or flames that are a floppy orange or yellow, instead of blue and upright, and
  • Never use gas cookers or BBQs for heating, and make sure that they have adequate ventilation when in use.

Northern Gas Networks carries out year-round activities to inform and educate customers in its region about the dangers of CO poisoning. Emergency engineers deliver CO awareness sessions following call outs to customers’ properties, and the company runs provides a schools’ programme around CO safety across the region.

More information on CO safety can be found at Northern Gas Networks website: www.northergasnetworks.co.uk

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Gas network improvements to begin in Roundhay, Leeds

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the gas distributor for the North of England, is to carry out essential upgrade work to the gas network in Roundhay, Leeds, from August 28.

The ageing metal pipework is to be replaced by new, more durable plastic pipes, to ensure a safe and reliable supply of gas to customers.

The work will start on Friday 28th August and is expected to last for approximately 9 days. It has been planned in collaboration with Leeds City Council.

So that engineers can carry out the work safely and efficiently, and to protect the public, some traffic management measures will be put in place.

Wetherby Road will be closed in both directions from the junction of Princes Avenue to Lady Wood Road.  There will be a diversion in place, which follows Oakwood Lane to Easterly Road and then Wetherby Road.

Signs will be displayed for motorists.

This is the first phase in this project with more works expected at a later date within the area.

James Knox, Business Operations Lead for Northern Gas Networks, said: “This investment will ensure a safe and reliable gas for local businesses and residents for decades to come.

“We appreciate that nobody likes roadworks, but we will be working hard to complete this scheme as safely and as quickly as possible. We’d like to thank motorists for their patience.”

For further information about the project please contact NGN’s Customer Care Team on 0800 040 7766 or email: customercare@northerngas.co.uk.

NGN is continuing to carry out essential services during the coronavirus health crisis, including responding to gas emergencies, carrying out emergency repairs and undertaking critical maintenance activities, to ensure communities continue to receive a safe and reliable gas supply.

More information about the steps that NGN is taking to keep customers and colleagues safe during the coronavirus pandemic can be found at www.northerngasnetworks.co.uk

Anyone that smells gas or suspects carbon monoxide should call the National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. This line is in operation 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

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Gas mains replacement at Halifax Road, Brighouse

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the gas distributor for the North of England, is investing £73,000 to upgrade to the gas network in the Halifax Road area of Brighouse.

The project is set to begin on the 17th of August and last approximately 6 weeks.

The ageing metal pipework will be replaced by new, more durable plastic pipes, to ensure a safe and reliable supply of gas to customers.

The scheme, which has been planned in conjunction with Calderdale Council, will require the following traffic measures:

  • From the 17th of August, Finkil Street will be closed at the junction of Halifax Road for two weeks, and three way lights will be in place on Halifax Road and Finkil Street. A full signed diversion will be in place that directs motorists down Halifax Road onto Upper Green Lane and back on to the unaffected part of Finkil Street
  • Two way traffic lights will be used to manage the rest of the works on Halifax Road which will span between the junction of Granny Hall Lane and to outside St Chad’s Church.

Chris Nevison,  Business Lead for Pennines, said: “We appreciate that no one likes roadworks, but this scheme will ensure that local homes and businesses have a reliable, safe gas supply for decades to come. We can assure customers that we will complete the work as quickly as possible, while following COVID-19 safety guidelines.

“We’d like to thank motorists for bearing with us during this essential work.”

For further information about the project please contact NGN’s Customer Care Team on 0800 040 7766 or email: customercare@northerngas.co.uk.

NGN is continuing to carry out essential services during the coronavirus health crisis, including responding to gas emergencies, carrying out emergency repairs and undertaking critical maintenance activities, to ensure communities continue to receive a safe and reliable gas supply.

More information about the steps that NGN is taking to keep customers and colleagues safe during the coronavirus pandemic can be found at www.northerngasnetworks.co.uk

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Northern Gas Networks to carry out essential work to maintain a safe and reliable gas supply to homes and businesses in Halton, Leeds

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Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the gas distributor for the North of England, is carrying out essential work to ensure the continued safe and reliable supply of gas to customers in the Halton area of east Leeds.

The project will begin on Monday 10 August at the junction of Selby Road/Chapel Street area, east of Leeds city centre, and will last for approximately four weeks.

The essential work involves replacing 500m of ageing metal gas main with new, more durable plastic pipes to ensure a safe and reliable supply of gas to customers in the area. The current gas pipework has undergone several recent emergency repairs, so has now been prioritised for urgent replacement.

The project has been planned in collaboration with Leeds City Council.

In order for engineers to carry out the work safely and efficiently, and to protect members of the public, some traffic management measures will be necessary:

  • Four-way temporary traffic signals will be in place on Selby Road at the junction of Primrose Lane from Monday 10 August for approximately two weeks. In order to ensure a smooth flow of traffic, these lights will be manually operated throughout the day.
  • The works will then progress onto Chapel Street itself, and there will be three-way traffic lights at the junction of Selby Road and Chapel Street.
  • It will also be necessary to suspend parking on Irwin Approach and Chapel Street at various stages throughout this essential work.  We know that this will inconvenience local residents and shoppers, so we have made arrangements for alternative parking. Drivers can use the car park at Christ Church Halton while the on-street parking on Irwin Approach and Chapel Street is not available to use. The suspended parking will also be staggered throughout the project to minimise any inconvenience caused.

Brad Metcalf, Site Manager for Northern Gas Networks, said: “We have worked closely with Leeds City Council to plan these essential works and would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused, however it is vital we complete them in order to continue to maintain a safe and reliable gas supply to homes and businesses in Leeds.

“NGN is continuing to carry out essential services whilst observing strict Government guidelines for safe distance working and following health and safety guidance during the Coronavirus outbreak.

“We want to assure members of the public and road users that we will be working hard to complete this scheme as safely and as quickly as possible.”

As well as NGN’s critical service (which include responding to gas emergencies, carrying out emergency repairs and critical maintenance activities) engineers are carrying out work to upgrade critical infrastructure, including planned work to replace ageing metal gas pipes, where most of the work can be carried out safely in the street.

Engineers will only request entry to a customer’s property if it is absolutely necessary in order to ensure their safety, the continuity of a safe gas supply or at a customer’s request. Customers can read more about our Covid Secure Promise at here.

You can find out more about the steps that NGN is taking to keep customers and colleagues safe during the Coronavirus outbreak at www.northerngasnetworks.co.uk

For further information about the work please contact NGN’s Customer Care Team on 0800 040 7766 or email: customercare@northerngas.co.uk.

Anyone that smells gas or suspects carbon monoxide should call the National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. This line is in operation 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

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