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27
June
2017

Water outage in Blanchardstown, Wed 28th June 2017

Water outage in Blanchardstown, Wed 28th June 2017

Planned water outage in Blanchardstown, Wednesday 28th June 2017 to carry out essential maintenance - Water off between 10am - 4pm (approx.)

Areas affected:

·         Manorfields Ave.,

·         Ravenswood Crescent/Lawn.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this disruption.

Irish Water is aware of the outage. 06 2017

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Fingal County Council

27
June
2017

Low Water pressure in Sow Water Region

Low Water pressure in Sow Water Region

Due to ongoing works at Ballymurn Water Treatment Plant, please be advised there will be reduced water pressure in the Sow Region on Wednesday the 28th June 2017 from 1000hrs to 1700hrs. This will affect the following areas; Glenbrien, Oylegate, Screen, Crossabeg & Curracloe and any areas in between.  06 2017

Written by: Wexford County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Wexford County Council

27
June
2017

Brackernagh, Ballycanew - Water outage 27/06

Brackernagh, Ballycanew - Water outage 27/06

Water Interruption – Brackernagh, Ballycanew 27th June.

Water supply is off in Brackernagh, Ballycanew and surrounding areas today 27th  June until 17:00 due to to leak repairs.

Areas affected: Brackernagh, Mount Forest, Barnadown, Ballinamona.

A traffic management plan is in operation.

Air locks, pressure fluctuations and / or discolouration of water may be experienced when supply is restored 06 2017

Written by: Wexford County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Wexford County Council

27
June
2017

Monaghan Watermain Rehab Project – WC 26th of June

Monaghan Watermain Rehab Project – WC 26th of June

We are currently working on  High St. There is a diversion route set up on Rowantree road and Park St.

We envisage the closure to be removed 1 week ahead of original program, and to be complete on the 7th of July.

Access willalways be available through the site for emergency response vehicles if required.
All commercial deliveries will be facilitated .

Works continue to take place on Belgium Park and St. Patrick’s Terrace 06 2017

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

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