Dublin City Council advises that due to essential works there will be disruption to water supply resulting in a reduction in service with reduced pressures and loss of supply in some areas on Sunday 21st November 2010. The areas likely affected are listed below:
Dublin City Council Area:
- Rathfarnham Road, from Pearse Bridge to Terenure Cross Roads.
- Terenure Road North to Harolds Cross at Harolds Cross Park.
- Terenure Road East to Rathgar Avenue.
- Rathgar Avenue to Harolds Cross Road.
- Highfield Road from Rathgar Road to Palmerston Park.
- Rathgar Road to Rathmines.
- Rathmines Road Upper and Lower.
- Castlewood Avenue, Belgrove Road, Charleston Road, Ranelagh Road, Sandford Road.
- Ranelagh Village.
- Chelmsford Road and Appian Way to Leeson St Upper and all above surrounding areas.
Dublin City Council will provide a number of mobile tankers in their area. The tankers will travel to the streets where we receive the most calls or where they are most needed. People requiring assistance can call our customer services on 01 222 4520 (Sunday 9am -5pm).
Other Areas Affected:
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Area:
- Orwell Rd, from Orwell Walk to Green Park.
- Braemor Rd, from Woodside Drive to Landscape Gardens.
- Churchtown Road Upper, From Woodside Drive, Oakdown Rd.
- Nutgrove Avenue, including Loreto Estates, Nutgrove Business Park and all above surrounding areas.
South Dublin County Council Area:
- Rathfarnham Road, from Pearse Bridge to Grange Road.
- Dodder Park Road, from Rathfarnham Road to Woodside.
- Willbrook Road to Ballyboden Road to Taylors Lane.
- Whitechurch Road from Willbrook Road to Willbrook Estate.
- Knocklyon Road to Butterfield Avenue to Rathfarnham Road.
- Old Bridge Road to Ballyroan Road to Ballyboden Road.
- Rathfarnham Village and all above surrounding areas.
All efforts will be made to carry out the work in the optimum time and to minimise disruption as far as is possible. We apologise for the inconvenience caused. With your co-operation and understanding we hope to keep the disruption to a minimum.