Glashaboy River (Glanmire/Sallybrook) Flood Relief Scheme

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The Office of Public Works (OPW) in partnership with both Cork City and Cork County Councils have recognised the high levels of existing flood risk in the River Lee Catchment and have carried out a Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) Study for the Lee Catchment which includes the Glashaboy River catchment. The Draft Catchment Flood Risk Management Plan was published in February 2010, and this identified a preferred option for the alleviation of flood risk in the Glashaboy catchment. Significant flooding occurred on June 2012 in the Glanmire/Sallybrook area. As a result Cork County Council, acting as Agents for the OPW has now commissioned Arup in association with JBA Consulting to develop a Flood Relief Scheme for Glanmire/Sallybrook. This website has been set up to provide information to members of the public and to keep you informed of the project's progress.

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Japanese Knotweed Spraying more

Confirmation Documents for Ministerial Approval more

Japanese Knotweed Spraying more

Tree Felling more

Progress Bulletin more

Foul Flooding at Meadowbrook more

Key Changes in Environmental Impact Statements more

Bridge Clearance Works more

Japanese Knotweed Treatment more

Glashaboy River(Glanmire/Sallybrook)Drainage Scheme more

Site Investigation Works more

Topographic & CCTV Survey more

Interim Works - Marwood Bridges more

Japanese Knotweed Treatment more

Interim Works at Riverstown Bridge and Glanmire Bridge more

Interim Works at Copper Valley Estate more

Interim Works at Riverstown Bridge more

Topographic and Drainage Survey - Glashaboy Flood Relief Scheme more

Glashaboy Flood Relief Scheme Public Information Day No. 2

Glashaboy FRS Constraints Study

Property Threshold Surveys

Glashaboy Flood Relief Scheme Public Information Day No. 1