Lower Lee (Cork City) Flood Relief Scheme

News

26th November 2019

This illustrated brochure gives a comprehensive overview of the scheme. It is also available in hard copy from City Hall, the City Library and all libraries within the city catchment area including Ballincollig.


30th October 2019

In response to social media queries in relation to the potential viability of a tidal barrier, this project statement clearly sets out why a tidal barrier is neither required or appropriate for Cork at this time.


16th September 2019

The OPW presented their plans on the Lower Lee (Cork City) Flood Relief Scheme to Cork City Council members alongside a presentation by Cork City Council officials on the Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme.


6th December 2017

The Public Exhibition Report which outlines the statutory public consultation process for the Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme has been published. The report highlights and addresses the main issues that arose during the Public Exhibition period.


13th November 2017

The OPW presented their plans on the Lower Lee (Cork City) Flood Relief Scheme to Cork City Council members alongside a presentation by Cork City Council officials on the Morrison’s Island Public Realm Project incorporating Integrated Flood Defences which is being advanced by the Council.


18th October 2017

The OPW presented their plans on the Lower Lee (Flood Relief) Scheme to the Oireachtas Committee


10th March 2017

The OPW presented their plans on the Lower Lee (Cork City) Flood Relief Scheme to the Lord Mayor.


9th March 2017

The OPW presented their plans for a viable, cost effective and sustainable flood relief scheme for Cork City to business representative bodies in Cork.


9th February 2017

The deadline for submissions on the proposed Lower Lee (Cork City) Drainage Scheme has been extended to 7th April 2017.


2nd February 2017

OPW response to alternative plans proposed by the Save Cork City group.