Lee Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management Study

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Lee Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management Study (CFRAMS)

The Office of Public Works (OPW) and its partners, Cork City Council and Cork County Council, have recognised the high levels of existing flood risk in and around the River Lee, its tributaries and Cork Harbour.

To address this issue, the Lee Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management Study (Lee CFRAMS), a catchment-based flood risk assessment and management study of the entire Lee Catchment, including the River Lee, its tributaries and Cork Harbour, is now being undertaken.

This website has been set up to provide information to members of the public and to keep you informed of the project’s progress.  During the project there will be opportunities for you to become involved and these will be advertised in your locality as well as on the website and in our monthly project newsletters.

Latest news

Final versions of project reports and flood maps published (more)

Final edition of Lee CFRAMS newsletter (more)

Consultation on the SEA Environmental Report (more)

Non-Technical Summary for SEA Environmental Report published(more)

Consultation on the draft Flood Risk Management Plan (more)

Consultation on Lee Predictive Floodmaps (more)

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