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Building barriers: How plans for the largest flood scheme in Irish history became so divisive
# Banks Of The Lee
# Banks Of The Lee

Building barriers: How plans for the largest flood scheme in Irish history became so divisive

Jun 17th 2020, 12:04 AM 34,937 Views 13 Comments

Cork controversy throws up major questions about how Ireland approaches flooding relief in the face of growing climate change threat.

'People's hearts are broken by the thought of this': Cork locals launch their own flood defence plans
# Love The Lee
# Love The Lee

'People's hearts are broken by the thought of this': Cork locals launch their own flood defence plans

May 19th 2017, 6:34 PM 27,340 Views 12 Comments

The group Save Cork City is launching the plans this evening.

'Save Cork city': Locals are banding together to stop walls being built on the River Lee
# Humans Of Cork
# Humans Of Cork

'Save Cork city': Locals are banding together to stop walls being built on the River Lee

Apr 15th 2017, 6:15 AM 18,770 Views 44 Comments

The Save Cork City campaign is opposed to plans by Office of Public Works to build flood defences along the river.

We put concerns about Cork's Drainage Scheme to the people in charge of it
# Office Of Public Works
# Office Of Public Works

We put concerns about Cork's Drainage Scheme to the people in charge of it

Feb 3rd 2017, 9:21 PM 8,054 Views 23 Comments

Cork city are to receive €140 million as part of the Drainage Scheme – the biggest one of it’s kind in the history of the state.

Architects and planners concerned that Cork flood defence plan won't work
# Save Cork City
# Save Cork City

Architects and planners concerned that Cork flood defence plan won't work

Feb 2nd 2017, 6:11 AM 12,186 Views 19 Comments

Warnings have been issued that parts of Cork city could be flooded between 8 and 9.30am this morning.