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Dear Councillor Nulty,
The following information is posted on our website and Aertel and relates to water restrictions that are being implemented across the County this week. We are getting calls from high areas in Balbriggan and Malahide this morning following the throttling period in the area last night.
While the water pressure was only reduced, some high areas can experience a loss of supply.The water is back to normal pressure this morning from 7am and these high areas should have water before lunchtime today.
Important Notice – Water Restrictions Following improvements in the stored capacity of water in reservoirs, Fingal County Council advises that there will be no further planned shutdowns to the water supply.
However, it is intended to reduce water pressure over the next three nights and this will be done on an Area basis as before (see list hereunder). Consumers should be aware that depending on the demand for water, some areas may experience a temporary loss of supply, however, once pressure returns to normal on the following morning the water supply will be restored to all areas.
Further information on water restrictions will be posted on this webpage towards the end of this week.
Reduced Water Pressure Tuesday 25th January: 7pm to 7am – Area 2 Malahide, Portmarnock, Balbriggan, Bremore, Balrothery, Clonsilla(part), Porterstown, Clonee, Barnhill, Westmanstown, Lucan, Littlepace, Castaheany, Huntstown(part), Hansfield, Ongar, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown and Kinsealy(part).
Wednesday 26th January: 7pm to 7am – Area 3 Swords, Cloghran, Baskin, Mulhuddart, Castleknock, Farmleigh, Blanchardstown, Carpenterstown, Huntstown(part), Hartstown, Blakestown, Clonsilla(part), Coolmine and Phoenix Park Racecourse
Thursday 27th January: 7pm to 7am – Area 1 Swords, Kinsealy(part), Skerries, Lusk, Rush, Loughshinny, Bayside, Sutton, and Baldoyle. Tony Lynch Senior Staff Officer Water Services Department
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