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Blocked drains Bournemouth: Private drains
Blocked drains in Bournemouth, that occur on private property in are normally the responsibility of the Bournemouth homeowner. This includes internal drains (sinks, basins, toilets, baths/showers etc) as well as the external blocked drains (found within private property boundaries in Bournemouth) that take drainage waste away from private households towards the Bournemouth sewer network.
Blocked drains in Bournemouth: Public Highway Drains Bournemouth
Blocked highway drains in Bournemouth: blocked gullies and public highways drains in Bournemouth normally fall under the responsibility of the local council. Bournemouth Borough Council are responsible gullies and highway drainage issues in Bournemouth. To report a problem relating to a blocked gully, or blocked highways drain in Bournemouth, you should contact Bournemouth Borough Council: Customer Services Centre, St Stephens Road, Bournemouth, BH2 6EB. General enquiries telephone for Bournemouth Borough Council general enquiries: 01202 451451.
Please note: Blocked gullies and drains on private roads in Bournemouth are the responsibility of the landowner.
Blocked public sewers in Bournemouth
Blocked public sewers in Bournemouth are the responsibility of the local water authority Wessex Water.
Bournemouth sewerage network supplier: Wessex Water
Wessex water are responsible for the maintenance and repair of public sewers throughout Bournemouth. Recent work includes emergency sewer repairs to Percy road, Bournemouth, following the collapse of the sewer. Wessex Water report an incidence of 1.36 per 10,000 properties.
If you suspect the blockage is in a public sewer, or are not sure whether it is your responsibility, you can contact Wessex Water (0345 600 4 600) to try to find who is responsible for the sewer.