Works may cause disruption to supply on Tuesday July 23rd from 7pm to 11pm

Irish Water wishes to advise customers that as part of water mains improvement works being delivered, there may be disruption to water supply from 7pm to 11pm on Tuesday 23rd July 2019 in surrounding areas.

Areas affected

Blackpool Shopping Centre, Dublin Street, Dublin Hill Lower, Redforge Road, McDonalds Blackpool, Bothar an Choinmín, St. Michael’s Rd, St. Colman’s Rd, St. Brendan’s Rd, Cushing Rd, Cushing Place, Atlantia Food Clinical Trials, Woodie’s, The Reel Picture, Creative Cosmetics, Dennehy’s Health & Fitness Blackpool, Bridgeview Heights, Old Whitechurch Rd, Dublin Hill Middle, Delaney Park, The Grove, Kilbarry Cottages, Millfield Lawn, Hawthorn Estate, Marian Park, Hawthorn Mews, Glenthorn Rd, Glenthorn Avenue, Ballincollie Rd, Glenheights Rd, Glenheights Park, Glenthorn Drive, Glenthorn Way, Glenthorn Mews, St, Aidans Community College, Mervue Lawn, Ballyhooly Rd, Mervue Crescent, Kempton Park, Meelick Park, Glenfield’s Park, Glenfield’s Community Childcare Ltd, Park Court, Spring Lane Halting Site, Ballyvolane Fire Station and surrounding areas.

Possible reduced water pressure and water outages

During these essential planned works, homes and businesses in the above areas area may be impacted by reduced water pressure and water outages. Following these improvement works water supply may take 2-3 hours to return as water refills the network.

We understand this type of work can be inconvenient and will ensure our work crews make every effort to minimise any disruption these works may cause. Customers can call our customer helpline on 1850 278 278 for any questions in relation to the works.

Part of our national Leakage Reduction Programme

These works are being carried out as part of our national Leakage Reduction Programme which will, over the next 4 years, see €500 million invested to reduce the level of leakage across the country by fixing and replacing ageing water mains. This will ensure a safe, reliable water supply which is vital for our health, our environment and our growing population and economy.

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