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Report due on pipe plan

Saturday, 15th July, 2017 8:00am
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Irish Water is to shortly publish a

report on submissions received on its plan to pump water from the

Shannon to the Eastern and Midlands region.Some 500 landowners are affected by the

proposal, 128 of them in Tipperary. Irish Water initiated a 14-week

public consultation process on the plan, which concluded last

February.

It is understood that a report on the

submissions will be uploaded to Irish Water's website at the end of

this month. The report will contain responses to the points raised.

Director of Environment Services Sean

Keating updated members of Tipperary Co Council on the situation this

week. Mr Keating said a workshop would be held for councillors in

Thurles on July 22nd.

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