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Irish Water Self Laying pipe

  • 01-12-2021 11:10pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 888 ✭✭✭ onrail


    I'm considering applying for planning on a site which is accessed by a local road without a water main running by the entrance.

    The likely entrance is about 200m away from a regional road with mains water and I'll own all the land in between the regional road and the site, so in theory I could lay a water pipe to the house without having to disturb the local road (and the associated massive cost).

    Any chance Irish water would facilitate this? There's a mains fed livestock water trough on the site, if that helps at all



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