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Monday, 1st March 2021

Widespread water supply disruption expected this week

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Irish Water is working in partnership with Louth County Council to carry out essential leak detection works throughout Drogheda this week.

As a result it is expected that many areas of the town may experience low water pressure and outages for short periods from 8:00pm on Wednesday 3 March until 8:00am on Thursday 4 March and from 8:00pm on Thursday 4 March until 8:00am on Friday 5 March.

Affected areas include: Platin Road, Ard Ri, Rosevale, Beamore Road, Meadow View, Platin Road, Elmwood, Silk Park, Halpin Terrace, Priests Lane, Rockville, Clinton Lane, Duleek Street, Old Corn Market Hill, Barrack Street, Mary Street, Sunnyside Cottages, Langorveen Park, Saint Marys Cottages, Poorhouse Lane, Cromwells Lane, Saint Marys Villas, Pine Hamlet, McGraths Lane, Railway Terrace, Wheaton Hall, West Street, Scholes Lane, Duke Street, Saint Peters Street, Shop Street, Father Connolly Way, Patricks Well Lane, Dominick Street, Stockwell Lane, Dyer Street, Palace Street, Saint Laurence Street, Harpurs Lane, Mayoralty Street, Bessexwell Lane, Drogheda and surrounding 

It may take 2-3 hours for normal water supply to return to all customers following these works but it is important to continue to follow the HSE guidance on hand-washing. 

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Irish Water and Louth County Council understands the inconvenience caused when works occur and thanks customers for their patience while we complete these essential works and restore normal supply to impacted customers. Irish Water and Louth County Council regret any inconvenience caused.
Irish Water is working at this time, with our local authority partners, contractors and others to safeguard the health and well-being of staff and the public and to ensure the continuity of drinking water and wastewater services.
The latest updates on these works will be available on the supply and service section of the IW website

The Irish Water customer care helpline, 1850 278 278, is open 24/7 and they can also be contacted on Twitter @IWCare.

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