Letterkenny Regional Water Supply Scheme
This project will provide clean safe drinking water for businesses and residents in Letterkenny
Irish Water is working in partnership with Donegal County Council to deliver the Letterkenny Regional Water Supply Scheme. The Letterkenny Regional Water Supply Scheme has now been removed from the EPA's Remedial Action List as a result of this project.
Irish Water is working at this time, with our local authority partners, contractors and others to safeguard that the health and well-being of staff and the public and to ensure the continuity of drinking water and wastewater services.
- Road reinstatement works are progressing in the N13 Letterkenny-bound hard shoulder
- Traffic management cones and signs will be in place between Veagh and Dry Arch roundabouts (in the N13 Letterkenny-bound hard shoulder) to facilitate some parts of the road reinstatement works. These works will commence on the 21 September, 2020
- Two-way traffic and local access will be maintained at all times
What are the benefits of this project?
- Improve drinking water quality
- Reduce disruptions to supply
- Improve security of supply
- Improve water pressure
What is involved?
- Letterkenny and Creeslough WTPs - includes new raw water main, trunk mains and local treated water mains
- Kilmacrenan to Letterkenny Water Main Rehabilitation
- Kilmacrenan to Coolboy (7km of pipeline) – constructed within the TII Road Realignment Scheme
- Cranford to Milford link
- Millford link to Rathmullan link
- Illies WTP link to Letterkenny (Carnamuggagh)
- Construction of three new pumping stations at Bohullion, Dunduffsfort and Milltown