DrPhilG wrote: »
Allanah it's been nearly 6 weeks since I asked and not only do I not have an answer, now my PMs are being ignored too.
Mickiemcfist wrote: »
Hi, I'm looking at buying a house which had its water disconnected as it is a receiver sale, would there be a full connection charge or what would it cost to connect back?
Old Gill wrote: »
Hi, we are looking to extend our terraced house to the rear but would first need to divert the drain in order to get planning permission.
Can you please give an idea of the fixed costs Irish water will charge for this in addition to the fee charged by our builder? I read Irish Water need to supervise the work but there's no mention of costs involved.
chippey wrote: »
We are in the process of building a house in a private estate. We were sold the site as fully serviced and there is a manhole on our site for sewer connection and a pipe I assume leads to the watermain in the road. As these connections were carried out when the site was initially developed 20+ years ago and under local county council control (prior to Irish water) is there anything we need to do with Irish Water right now. No water meters have been installed in any of the other houses in the estate but will we need to install a meter? The connection to the sewer system seems to be fine and I can only assume as it is connected there is no need to apply for a connection.
Thanks for any help in this matter.
Vodkat wrote: »
Hi, I paid my connection fee and sent back the form but haven't heard anything since.