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Existing Poles and Lines on Site


The following information is from ESB website : www.esb.ie


In some circumstances you may wish to ask us to move an electricity pole or an overhead electricity line. This may arise if:



How to move an electricity line or pole


To arrange for an electricity line or pole to be moved, follow these steps:


Step 1


Call the ESB Networks Contact Centre to get the address of the ESB Networks office which will deal with the request.

Call 1850 372 757


Step 2


Obtain an Ordnance Survey map (scale 1:2500-1:10560) that shows the location your site.


Obtain a detailed site plan (scale 1:100-1:500) showing the layout of the new, plus any existing, building. Mark the location of the line or pole with a red pen.


Photocopies are acceptable.


Step 3


 Write to the ESB Networks' office (enclosing the map and site plan) to ask that the line or pole be moved.


Note: In cases where you are constructing a new house, a new building or an extension to an existing house, you must also enclose details of your planning permission.


22- Second Fixes 23- Snag List 24- Decorating 25- Moving Water Connection ESB Connection Eircom Connection
8- Base Structure 9- Drains & Pipes 10- DPC & Radon 11- Ground Floor 12- Wall Structure 13- Sills & Lintels 14- Second Floor
ESB Meter Box Night/Day Electricity Existing Poles and Lines Relocating The Meter Box
15- Roof Structure 16- Chasing 17- Doors & Windows 18- External Wall Finishes 19- First Fixes 20- Interior Joinery 21- Interior Plastering
1- Finding A Site 2- Ground Condition 3- Designing Your Home 4- Planning Permission 5- Finding Contractors 6- Site Clearance 7- Foundations