Irish Water is the new national water utility and is now responsible for managing the delivery of water services in Ireland.
Kilkenny County Council has an Annual Service Plan with Irish Water in relation to the provision of water and waste water services. This ASP is provided for in the Service Level Agreement agreed between the parties under the Water Services (no. 2) Act, 2013.
Irish Water contact details:
Application Form for Well Grant Revised 20-03-14.docx (size 37.5 KB)
Explanatory Memorandum Well Grants Revised March 2014.doc (size 57.3 KB)
WATER AND/OR SEWERAGE CONNECTION
Application Form to connect to the Public Water / Waste Water Supply.pdf (size 255.5 KB)
Please return completed application forms to.pdf (size 181.6 KB)(46 KB Pdf Document)
GROUP WATER SCHEMES
General Informationon on setting up a Group Water Scheme Form GW3(122 KB Adobe Acrobat .pdf Document)
Survey Sheet for Group Water Schemes(74 KB Adobe Acrobat .pdf Document)
Survey Sheet for Group Water Schemes(Microsoft Excel Version 63 KB)
Application for Grant Aid for Group Water Schemes Form GW41(114 KB Adobe Acrobat .pdf Document)
Subsidies for Group Water Schemes
Subsidy Application Form 2016.pdf (size 254.7 KB)
Subsidy Explanatory Memorandum 2015.doc (size 304.1 KB)
Local Authorities are required to prepare an updated Assessment of Needs for Water Services Capital Projects every five years. This Report addresses the requirements of Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government Circular Letter L11/03 which requires such an Assessment for the period 2003-2006.
Assessment of Needs for Water Services 2003-2006319 KB Adobe Acrobat Version (.pdf)
Assessment of Needs for Water Services 2003-2006-Appendices1.36 MB Adobe Acrobat Version (.pdf)
Mooncoin Regional Water Supply Scheme upgrade - – Environmental Impact Statement submitted to An Bord Pleanala with a link to view the document
If you require the service of the Local Authority for an emergency outside of normal business hours please note the following:
Persons requiring the Fire Service for an emergency should Dial 112 and no other number
For any other emergency the public are advised to ring 1890 252654