A burst water pipe in Gloucestershire that shut schools and left a large number of inhabitants without water was the consequence of "workmanship issues".
MP Alex Chalk reached Severn Trent Water (STW) after the line in Churchdown burst on the morning of 30 September.
It left a great many individuals without running water while various schools had to close.
Almost a fortnight on from the episode, Mr Chalk said STW put the break on "workmanship issues" identifying with fixes on the line in 2017.
"After the huge water blackout in Cheltenham on 30 September, I reached Severn Trent Water for a clarification. It made gigantic interruption the town, and many schools needed to close for the afternoon – including Bournside, Bettridge, Charlton Lords Junior, Balcarras, Belmont, Superintendent Slope Essential and Charlton Rulers Babies," Mr Chalk posted on his Facebook page, with a connection to ITV News West Nation's article.
I have today accepted their clarification. They've expressed that the underlying driver of the burst principle was 'a 2017 fix falling flat because of workmanship issues'. While I compliment STW for being straight to the point and open with regards to what turned out badly, it is obviously worried that this significant interruption was brought about by a helpless fix did so as of late.
"Evidently STW need to raise their game. They have guaranteed me they have now further developed their maintenance guidelines to incorporate extra assurance to bolts and fittings, which will expand the life expectancy of fixes.
"They have additionally guaranteed me that 'we are not anticipating any further issues'."
STW affirmed the wellspring of the burst had come from a part of line that had recently been fixed.
In any case, the assistance said the segment had now been "fixed and built up" to forestall a repeat of the issue, just as saying 'sorry' for the interruption caused.
A STW representative added: "We're truly sorry again for the issues caused last month in Churchdown. After an examination, our groups tracked down that the part of line that had blasted had recently been fixed, however has now been fixed and supported to assist with keeping it from happening once more.
"Once more, we'd prefer to apologize for the interruption that was caused and need to thank everybody again for their understanding as we attempted to restore everything once again as fast as possible."