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Yes, if the bases of steel electricity masts or double wooden poles interfere with your everyday practices you are entitled to a compensation payment. Not applicable to single wooden poles. 
Payments are made in the first quarter of each year for electricity lines of 38KV and above. Payments are made by electronic funds transfer direct to your bank account.

Download  the Mast Compensation Claim Form (PDF | 184 KB) or call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 to request a copy.

Post the completed form, together with an Ordnance survey map of your land to:

Mast Administration
ESB Networks DAC
PO Box 29
Garrycastle
Athlone
Freepost
Co Westmeath

Download the Mast Compensation Payment Instruction Form (PDF | 106 KB) or call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 to request a copy. 

Post the completed form to:

Mast Administration
ESB Networks DAC
PO Box 29
Garrycastle
Athlone
Freepost
Co Westmeath
The Rates for Mast Interference are part of an ESB Code of practice and have been negotiated and agreed with major agricultural groups such as the IFA.  The rates are updated each year in line with the Consumer Price Index.

Send  a completed Mast Compensation Payment Instruction Form to:

Mast Administration
ESB Networks
PO Box 29
Garrycastle
Athlone
Co Westmeath

 

Call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 to request a copy of the form.

The Grantor name and the name on the bank account need to match, if they don't a Mast Compensation Claim Form will need to be completed also.

The Grantor number will be on any ESB Networks correspondence you have received.

Yes, we will follow the guidelines of the Code of Practice in relation to access to land and or premises (PDF 106KB)

Or Call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 to request a copy.