On Tuesday residents of Khanai Trace South and Jones Village Barrackpore will be restored with a water supply.
The assurance comes from the Water and Sewage Authority in a media release Monday.
WASA said in response to protest action by some residents in the Barrackpore area Monday it note that though most of the Barrackpore area has been in receipt of a supply, it acknowledges there has been a disruption in the normal water supply schedule to Khanai Trace South and Jones Village in particular, which last received a supply on September 28th this year.
It said at present the pipeline supplying the area is undersized, which at times impacts the pressures and reliability of the service.
To address this, the Authority said it is currently engaged in installing a new six inch diameter pipeline, to replace the existing four inch diameter pipeline that serves the area.
WASA said this project will be completed by the end of this week and is expected to improve the reliability of service to the Khanai Trace South in particular.
The utility said it should be noted in the interim, the Authority has been providing a truck borne water supply to affected customers.