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Water Notice - (On behalf of Irish Water) Meath Watermains Rehabilitation Phase 2 - Replacement of Watermains

Date Released: 17 May 2018

Original Release Date:14th December 2017

Update: 17th May 2018 - Meath Watermains Rehabilitation Phase 2

Current Activity

Slane Village- N2 (South of Boyne Bridge) pipelaying works are ongoing and expected to be completed week ending 8th June 2018

St Patrick's Terrace/Marion Terrace: Works commenced  26th April 2018 and are expected to be completed week ending 18th May 2018

Ratoath Village-Pipelaying works to commence on Monday 21st May 2018 on Main Street Ratoath (i.e working on the R125 from the Supervalu junction towards Moulden Bridge) and will continue for approximately 16 weeks in total.

For further information/updates please see Irish Water website, www.water.ie

 

Update: 27th April 2018 - Meath Watermains Rehabilitation Phase 2

Slane:  Boyne Bridge to McGruders Cross  on the N2: pipelaying works are ongoing on the N2 and expect to be completed week ending 18th May 2018

St.Patrick’s Terrace/Marion Terrace: Works commenced on 26th April 2018 and  expect to be completed in approximately 3 weeks.

Traffic Management will be in operation during working hours.

 

Update:17th April 2018- Meath Watermains Rehabilitation Phase 2

Works commenced in mid November 2017 and are progressing across the County.

Pipelaying works began on Academy Street and Bridge Street (Navan) on 1st February and completed on 13th April 2018

Pipelaying works began on Windtown Road on 10th April 2018 - to be completed on 20th April 2018

Pipelaying works began at St Ultan's Terrace (Navan) on 11th April 2018 and expected to complete on 20th April 2018

Pipelaying works at Slane-N2 (South of Boyne Bridge) commenced 16th April 2018 and expected to be completed week ending 11th May 2018

Traffic Management will be in operation during all pipelaying activities and work Notification letters will be issued to affected Residents and Businesses

 

Update: 28th March 2018

Pipelaying work began on Academy Street and Bridge Street (Navan) on 1st Februry 2018 and will continue until approximately 6th April 2018

Pipelaying work began in Mornington (outside Harry's Shop) on 26th March 2018 and will continue until approximately 9th April 2018

Pipelaying work on Windtown Road, Navan (at railway crossing) expected to commence on 3rd April 2018 for approximately one week

Traffic Management will be in operation during all pipelaying activities and work Notification letters will be issued to affected Residents and Businesses

 

Update:7th March 2018

Navan-Academy Street & Bridge Street - Pipelaying works commenced 1st February 2018 and will continue for approximately 8 weeks

Rathmullen, Drogheda (Mathews Lane) - Pipelaying works commenced 27th February 2018 and will continue for approximately 2 weeks.

 

Update: 7th February 2018

Duleek - (R152/R150 junction to Beymore Road - Ongoing pipelaying works until end February 2018

Navan-Academy Street & Bridge Street- Pipelaying works commenced on 1st February 2018 and are expected to last for approximately 8 weeks.

 

Original Release Date: 14th December 2017

Irish Water is working in partnership with Meath County Council to replace approximately  25km of ageing watermains across Co. Meath. This project will see the design and construction of new pipelines to replace existing old and defective watermains, and the replacement of approximately 1,500 customer connection pipes. The project will see customers benefit from improved water pressure, security of supply and water quality.

Locations: Works will be carried out at the following locations during the c 18 months construction phase:

Kells, Oldcastle, Athboy, Piercetown Lane, Navan, Slane,Trim, Gaulstown Lane, Ratoath, Sutherland Lane, M1 Crossing Platin, Mornington, Rathmullen, Laytown, Duleek and Dunboyne.

 

Works have now commenced in Duleek – (R152/R150 junction to Beymore Road) -pipelaying works until end February 2018

 And

 Sutherland Lane (off the R155 from Ratoath to the N2)pipelaying works until mid January 2018. 

Traffic Management will be in operation during all pipelaying activities.

 

For further information/updates please see Irish Water website, www.water.ie

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