Graiguenamanagh/Tinnahinch Flood Relief Scheme - Public Consultation No. 2 Potential Options
This public consultation is to inform the public of the range of potential options identified to alleviate flooding and deliver on the project objectives. As part of this process, the Project Team are seeking feedback from the public on the potential options that have been developed.
Kilkenny County Council, in partnership with Carlow County Council and The Office of Public Works are progressing the Graiguenamanagh/Tinnahinch Flood Relief Scheme to protect the communities of Graiguenamanagh and Tinnahinch against future flood events by providing a scheme that is socially, environmentally, technically, and economically viable.
The project began in March 2020 and Byrne Looby Consulting Engineers are the appointed technical advisor progressing the planning and design for the project.
The purpose of this non-statutory public consultation is to inform the public of the range of potential options identified to alleviate flooding and deliver on the project objectives. Public consultation forums are an important part of advancing the development of an appropriate option for the project.
As part of this process, the Project Team are seeking feedback from the public on the potential options that have been developed.
HOW YOU CAN HAVE YOUR SAY?
Information will be available through an online consultation page on the dedicated website throughout the consultation period from 9th August to 30th August 2022.
- Online Survey
Submissions can be made using the on-line feedback form available on the project website or by email to CTFRS@byrnelooby.com or by post addressed to CTFRS Project Manager, Byrne Looby, Unit l, Building 2100 Cork Airport Business Park, Kinsale Road, Cork TI2 KV8R.