Water Services Forms

Water and Wastewater Connections from 27 July 2017.  Irish Water is now your contact point for all water and wastewater connections.  Please note that existing Offaly County Council application forms will no longer be accepted by Irish Water or Offaly County Council after this date.  Visit www.water.ie/connections for application forms and further information.  It may also be necessary to make a separate application for a Road Opening Licence to Offaly County Council  - See links below.

Form A - Application for Storm Water Connection.pdf (size 224 KB)

Form B - Group Water Schemes.pdf (size 245.8 KB)

Form C - Utilities.pdf (size 241.1 KB)

Form D - Application for Road Opening Licence.pdf (size 150 KB)

Well Grant - The Well Grant application form must be completed to apply for a grant for the provision or necessary improvement of an individual water supply to a house.  Please read the explanatory memorandum below before you complete this form.

N.B. - The well grant scheme is currently being revised and this website will be updated with the new terms and conditions and new application form as soon as possible.

Group Water Schemes Subsidy - Subsidy application forms must be completed to apply for a subsidy towards the operational costs of Group Water Schemes. Please read the explanatory memorandum below before you complete the forms.

Subsidy Explanatory Memorandum

WS1 Sub Annual & Advance Subsidy Application Form

Domestic Lead Remediation Grants

The Domestic Lead Remediation Grant Scheme has been in existence since 2016 and the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage have revised the eligibility criteria with effect from 1 December 2022.

Lead is a naturally occurring metal that was used for pipework and plumbing in some houses built up to, and including, the 1970s. However, exposure to lead in drinking water has been identified as a serious public health risk. The grant scheme was introduced in line with the Government’s National Lead Strategy in order to reduce people’s exposure to lead in drinking water.

The aim of the grant is to assist households with the cost of replacing lead pipes and fittings within the boundaries of the property. The grant is available if you receive a water supply from either a public or private water supplier.

According to the World Health Organisation, there is no completely safe level of lead in drinking water. The best and most effective way of dealing with lead in drinking water is to replace all lead pipes and all lead plumbing delivering drinking water to the house concerned.

Useful documents:

Customer Leaflet Lead EV.pdf (size 1.3 MB)  

DLRG 1A Claim Form EV.pdf (size 429.2 KB)  

DLRG FAQ EV.pdf (size 664.4 KB)

Customer Leaflet Lead (as Gaeilge).pdf (size 1.3 MB) 

DLRG 1A Foirm (as Gaeilge).pdf (size 423.1 KB)  

DLRG Ceisteanna coitianta (as Gaeilge).pdf (size 581.6 KB)