In order to identify your exact location we need at least one of the following:
- Accurate X/Y ITM or GPS coordinates to identify your dwelling’s exact location and orientation How to find your Site’s ITM Co-Ordinates
ITM centre point co-ordinates are usually found on your Ordnance Survey Location Map in the top right corner. They are expressed as two six-digit numbers, separated by a comma.
How to find your Site’s GPS Co-Ordinates
GPS co-ordinates provide your location in latitude and longitude and appear as two numerical values, such as (51.877520, -8.507442).
The easiest way to find your GPS co-ordinates
is by using Google Maps. On a smartphone or computer, drop a pin on the exact location of your site. You will need to zoom in as far as you can to provide a precise location. To drop a pin, click or touch and hold on the location
of your site.
On a mobile, once you’ve dropped the pin, touch it to reveal the GPS co-ordinates. On desktop, the GPS co-ordinates will appear when you drop the pin or right click and select ‘What’s here’.
Latitude and longitude will appear at the bottom of the screen.
- The Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN) of the property
You will find this number on any old electricity bill. Alternatively you could take the number of the Meter and contact us on 1800 372 757 and we will locate it.
- The Eircode of the property
You should be able to locate the eircode on the Eircode Finder website