Tuesday February 18, 2020

2,000 complaints over installation of water meters

Around 2,000 homeowners have complained about the installation of water meters since the nationwide rollout began last year.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
2nd February, 2014
Socialist MEP Paul Murphy beside staff of Irish water who are installing water meters in the Bramblefields estate in Littlepace, Dublin 15. Picture: Photocall

Around 2,000 homeowners have complained about the installation of water meters since the nationwide rollout began last year.

So far, 100,000 water meters have been installed as part of the €539 million metering programme.

Although Irish Water has not supplied details of the complaints, one of the main concerns among householders is that the driveways outside their home be repaired to a high standard after the installation of water meters.

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