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23 October 2020

Length of trunk mains being replaced in Ballinhassig, Fivemilebridge and Ballea

Irish Water, working in partnership with Cork County Council, is replacing over 2.7kms of problematic trunk mains in the Ballinhassig and Fivemilebridge areas

  • Works are set to continue until early 2021
  • Some short-term water shut-offs may occur
  • Road closures and diversions will be in place

23 October 2020

Jamestown customers set to enjoy more reliable water supply following mains replacement works

Approximately 1.3 kilometres of problematic watermains are due to be replaced

  • Works are due to commence on Monday, 26 October
  • Works may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Road closures and diversions will be in place

18 October 2020

Improvement works to commence in Ballymallis, Co. Kerry

Works commencing Monday 19 October for seven weeks

  • Traffic management during works and local traffic to be maintained
  • Some water shut-offs will be neccessary
  • Part of the Leakage Reduction Programme

16 October 2020

Watermain replacement project starts in Calheam/An Sruthán, benefiting customers and businesses in the Falcarragh-Gortahork area

In partnership with Donegal County Council, we are commencing works to replace 724 metres of old and damaged water pipes in Calheam/An Sruthán

  • Works are expected to be completed by November 2020
  • This may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Short-term local road closures will be in place

16 October 2020

Irish Water and Cork County Council replacing ageing water mains on St. Philomena’s Road, Crosshaven

In partnership with Cork County Council, we are  replacing 580 meters of problematic water mains on St. Philomena’s Road in Crosshaven

  • Works are due to start on Monday 19 October
  • This may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Local traffic management may also be in place

15 October 2020

Upgrades to water network in Clontarf will improve water supply and reduce high levels of leakage

In partnership with Dublin City Council, we are replacing almost 1.5 kilometres of old watermains in Clontarf 

  • Works are due to start on Monday 19 October
  • Works may result in some short-term water shut-offs
  • Local traffic management will also be in place

9 October 2020

Manorhamilton residents set to enjoy a more secure supply and better quality of water following water mains replacement works

The works will reduce water lost by leakage and provide a more secure supply

  • The mains are being replaced at McDermott Terrace
  • Works start on 12 October and will be completed in November
  • Approx 200 meters of new water mains will be constructed

9 October 2020

Upgrading the water network in Newtown Co. Offaly to improve the water supply and reduce leakage

Works are part of the national Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Works start Monday 12 October
  • Some short-term water shut-offs
  • Local traffic management will also be in place

6 October 2020

A more reliable water supply in Shercock following completion of water main replacement works

Local residents thanked for their cooperation and patience

  • Works replaced ageing water mains and installed new service connections
  • In partnership with Cavan County Council
  • Part of the national Leakage Reduction Programme

5 October 2020

Water mains replacement works in Lifford, Co. Donegal

Works are part of the Leakage Reduction Programme

  • Water min replacment along Castlefinn Road, Conneyburrow, Lifford
  • Works due for completion in late November
  • Traffic management measures will be in place

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