Electricity issue delays completion of large Co Meath housing scheme

The ESB has not provided a timeframe to future residents of Bryanstown Wood for when vital cabling works will be completed

17th October, 2021
Electricity issue delays completion of large Co Meath housing scheme
Bryanstown Wood is a strategic housing development in Drogheda which will consist of 250 homes when it is completed. Picture: Getty

The completion of a entire phase of a large housing development in Meath has been delayed for five months to February 2022, due to issues about providing it with an electricity connection.

Future homeowners in Bryanstown Wood have been advised by the developer that vital electricity cabling works have not been carried out by the ESB. It has provided no timeframe for when the works will be completed.

Bryanstown Wood is a strategic housing development in...

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