Five Big Areas Of Dublin Will Be Affected By Water Outages On Thursday

They could even last until Friday.

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Irish Water has confirmed that five big areas of Dublin will be without water for some time on Thursday, 17th May.

Some of the outages will last well into Friday also. 

Irish Water is carrying out what they describe as "essential maintenance works" on these lines in the capital. 

Balbriggan: 

New connection works may cause supply disruptions to Caoibhin Close, Caoibhin Park, Derham Park, New Market Green, Old Market Green, Pinewood Estate, St. Teresa's Primary School and surrounding areas in Balbriggan, Co. Dublin.

Works are scheduled to take place from 9am until 5pm on 17 May.

If you need to contact us about this supply and service alert, please quote this unique alert reference number: FIN021555.

Rathgar:

Mains rehabilitation works may cause supply disruptions to Cowper Road and surrounding areas in Rathgar, Dublin 6.

Works are scheduled to take place from 8am until 6pm on 17 May.

If you need to contact us about this supply and service alert, please quote this unique alert reference number: DCC021321.

Tallaght: 

Leak detection works may cause supply disruptions to Tallaght and surrounding areas in Dublin 24. 

Works are scheduled to take place from 10pm on 17 May until 6am on 18 May. 

If you need to contact us about this supply and service alert, please quote this unique alert reference number: SDU021450.

Ballymount: 

Leak detection works may cause supply disruptions to Ballymount and surrounding areas in Dublin 12. 

Works are schedule to take place from 10pm on 17 May until 6am on 18 May. 

If you need to contact us about this supply and service alert, please quote this unique alert reference number: SDU021449.

Clondalkin:

Step testing works may cause supply disruptions to St. Mark's Estate, Clondalkin and surrounding areas in Co. Dublin.

Works are scheduled to be carried out from 10pm on 17 May until 6am on 18 May. 

If you need to contact us about this supply and service alert, please quote this unique alert reference number: SDU021447.

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