Homes and businesses in Blackpool area and Langford Row may experience disruption to water supply next week
Irish Water say a new water main cross connection is being installed at the junction of Upper John Street, Cathedral Walk and Watercourse Road between Monday the 18th and Friday the 22nd.
The company says the works are being carried out between 7pm and 7am and every effort will be made to minimise disruption.
Disruption to supply may happen from 11pm on Monday to 3am on Tuesday in the following areas:
Dublin Street, Dublin Hill Lower, Redforge Road, Blackpool Shopping Centre, McDonalds Blackpool, Bothar an Choinmín, St. Michael’s Road, St. Colman’s Road, St. Brendan’s Road, Cushing Road, Cushing Place, Atlantia Food Clinical Trials, Woodie’s, The Reel Picture, Dennehy’s Health & Fitness Blackpool, Bridgeview Heights, Old Whitechurch Road, Yves Rocher Manufacturing, Dublin Hill Middle, Delaney Park, The Grove, Kilbarry Cottages, Millfield Lawn, Hawthorn Estate, Marian Park, Hawthorn Mews, Glenthorn Road, Glenthorn Avenue, Ballincollie Road, Glenheights Road, Glenheights Park, Glenthorn Drive, Glenthorn Way, Glenthorn Mews, St, Aidans Community College, Mervue Lawn, Ballyhooly Road, Mervue Crescent, Kempton Park, Meelick Park, Glenfield’s Park, Glenfield’s Community Childcare Ltd, Park Court, Spring Lane Halting Site, Watercourse Road and surrounding areas.
Water supply may take 2-3 hours to return as water refills the network.
Irish Water are also advising customers at Langford Row and the surrounding areas in the city that works may cause disruption to the supply from 7pm to 11pm on Tuesday.
Areas possibly affected:
Summerhill, Quaker Road, Windmill Road, Langford Row, Parkowen, Southern Road, Tonyville, South City Link Road, Capwell Business Depot, Capwell Road, Capwell Avenue, South Douglas Road and surrounding areas in Cork City.