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Irish Water blocks Longford house extension

Irish Water has intervened in the planning process for the first time to stop a man from extending his house.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
16th March, 2014

Irish Water has intervened in the planning process for the first time to stop a man from extending his house.

It made a verbal objection after discovering that the householder wanted to build a two-storey extension to his property over an old asbestos cement water pipe in the back garden.

Longford town council refused to grant the application for planning permission for the

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