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15 January 2021

Repairs underway to a burst water main close to Vartry water treatment plant

Repairs are taking place between Vartry water treatment plant and Newtown Mount Kennedy

  • Repairs are expected to be completed on Monday 18 January 
  • Customers may experience low water pressure while works take place
  • Repair works are taking place in line with Covid-19 Level 5 protocols

15 January 2021

Further progress made on the Howth Water Supply Scheme, safeguarding water supply for homes and businesses in the area

Works are being carried out in accordance with current Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions

  • Next section of the project due to begin on 18 January
  • South bound lane of the R809 Warrenhouse Road will be closed
  • Diversions will be in place

13 January 2021

Irish Water and Fingal County Council are working to restore water supply to customers in parts of Blanchardstown following a burst water main

Crews are working to repair the burst watermain as quickly and as safely as possible

  • Old Corduff Rd; Ashling Heights; Lissane Apartments and surrounds are affected
  • Repairs are expected to be completed by 4pm
  • Works are taking place in line with Covid-19 protocols

12 January 2021

Irish Water appeal to homes and businesses in the Greater Dublin Area to check for leaks as the recent cold spell has led to a surge in demand for water

There has been a steady increase in demand over the Christmas period, spiking in the past few days following the recent cold spell 

  • The public water network has experienced a higher than normal volume of bursts
  • We are working to complete repairs in line with Covid-19 protocols 
  • Customers are asked to conserve water where possible

8 January 2021

Irish Water is making progress on the Malahide Water Supply Scheme safeguarding the water supply for homes and businesses in Swords, Malahide and surrounding areas

The construction of new watermains along the Malahide Road will start on Monday 11 January 

  • Works are scheduled to be completed in April
  • Traffic management measures will be in place
  • Works will be carried out in accordance with Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions

8 December 2020

Works due to start in Littlepace, Clonee and surrounding areas have been postponed until 2021

Works postponed in order to support businesses that have only recently re-opened.

  • Works will now take place in 2021
  • Works are part of a national upgrade programme
  • A more secure water supply will be delivered to homes and businesses in Dublin 15

8 December 2020

Irish Water publishes its draft Framework Plan, the first Phase of its National Water Resources Plan, for consultation

To safeguard public health, facilitate growth and meet the challenges of climate change over the next 25 years

  • The NWRP will provide a country-wide analysis
  • Calculate the demand for now and into the future
  • A 10-week public consultation will seek feedback

7 December 2020

Minister Darragh O’Brien visits Leixlip Water Treatment plant to mark significant milestone in upgrading the plant

the upgrade will safeguard the water supply for homes and businesses in the Greater Dublin Area (GDA).

  • 15 filters have been upgraded and are now operational
  • Each can process the equivalent of 5 olympic sized swimming pools
  • An ultra-violet disinfection system will be completed early next year

3 December 2020

Irish Water and Fingal County Council advise customers in Littlepace, Clonee and surrounding areas of a planned outage as they progress with essential infrastructural works in Dublin 15

We are progressing with plans to carry out infrastructural works at Deerhaven Park, Littlepace, Dublin 15.

  • Works will improve water supply for customers in Dublin 15
  • Possible supply disruptions from 8am to 8pm on 8 and 10 December
  • Littlepace, Clonee and surrounding areas will be affected

13 November 2020

Works continuing to restore water supply to customers in parts of Swords following burst water main

Working with Fingal County Council, we are carrying out urgent repairs on a burst water main.

  • North Street, Newcourt; Spittal Hill and surrounding areas are affected 
  • Repairs are expected to be completed by 5pm
  • Full water supply may take 1-2 hours to return 

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