Water restrictions in Bridport have been lifted, TasWater has advised Dorset Council.
The restrictions no longer apply as of Monday, February 11.
Water restrictions are a common occurrence over summer in Bridport, due to water supply issues dating back to the 1950s, according to TasWater.
This is because of increased demand over summer corresponding with the flood of sun-seeking tourists, and low seasonal flows in the Brid River, Bridport’s key water supply.
“Over the years, several solutions have been proposed for Bridport's water supply,” TasWater said on its website.
“However, to date, no significant engineering analysis has been undertaken to determine the best solution.
“This work is still to be done by TasWater and will involve community consultation at a future date.”
Stage one water restrictions were put in place on Friday, December 14.