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Lisvane Reservoir

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Lisvane Reservoir
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Lisvane Reservoir
Lisvane Reservoir is located in Cardiff
Lisvane Reservoir
Lisvane Reservoir
LocationLisvane, Cardiff, Wales
Coordinates52°31′56″N 3°10′11″W / 52.5322°N 3.1697°W / 52.5322; -3.1697
Typereservoir
Basin countriesWales, United Kingdom
Built1886
Max. length1,335 feet (407 m)
Max. width650 feet (200 m)
SettlementsCardiff, Wales

Lisvane Reservoir at Lisvane, Cardiff, south Wales is one of several reservoirs constructed as part of the Taff Fawr scheme for supplying water to Cardiff, completed in 1886. It is adjacent to Llanishen Reservoir[1] and forms part of the Nant Fawr Corridor from the top of Roath Park to the countryside beyond Cyncoed.

In 1892 the Llanishen Reservoir was reported to be able to hold 300,000,000 imperial gallons (1,400,000 m3) of water and the smaller Lisvane Reservoir able to hold 80,000,000 imperial gallons (360,000 m3).[2]

On 30 August 2013, CELSA Group bought both Llanishen and Lisvane reservoirs from their owner Western Power Distribution, to assure its Cardiff rod mill plant a consistent supply of water.[3]

In January 2016, Welsh Water acquired both Llanishen and Lisvane reservoirs from CELSA Group on a 999-year lease, which allows Welsh Water to use both reservoirs for water supply and recreational purposes while also allowing CELSA UK to continue to take its water supply from the Lisvane reservoir.[4]

The reservoir is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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  1. ^ The Sanitary record and journal of sanitary and municipal engineering. Sanitary Pub. Co. 1900. pp. 7–8. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
  2. ^ International congress of hygiene and demography. 7th (1892). Transactions of the seventh International congress of hygiene and demography ... Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
  3. ^ "Celsa steel buys Llanishen and Lisvane reservoirs". BBC Wales. 3 September 2013. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
  4. ^ "Victory at last! Battle to save Llanishen Reservoir finally won after Welsh Water acquires 999-year lease". WalesOnline. 18 January 2016. Retrieved 4 April 2016.
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