Closure of Church Road to facilitate culvert installation.
Re commencement of construction activities following Covid-19 shutdown.
Covid 19 statement in relation to construction activities.
Construction Progress Update March 2020
Cork City Council is delighted to announce that Ward and Burke have been appointed as contractors for the Togher Services Diversions Contract as part of the Douglas Flood Relied Scheme.
Cork City Council is delighted to announce significant improvement works to Douglas Community Park.
Cork County Council is pleased to announce that Contractors have been invited to tender for the Togher Services Diversions Contract, the second phase of the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme.
Progress Update May 2019
Progress Update April 2019
The Glashaboy and Douglas Flood Relief Scheme areas will transfer into the administrative area of Cork City Council, with effect from midnight on 31 May 2019, due to the boundary extension.
Cork County Council is pleased to announce that Contractors have been invited to tender for the Douglas Works Contract, the first phase of the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme.
Progress Update March 2019
Progress Update October 2018
Cork County Council have published a request for tender for tree felling services associated with the Scheme.
Progress Update August 2018
Cork County Council is pleased to announce that we submitted an application to seek approval from An Bord Pleanála for the proposed Douglas Flood Relief Scheme (including Togher Culvert).
A Public Information Day on the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme (including Togher Culvert) Scheme will be held in Douglas Community Centre on Tuesday 4th April 2017 from 3pm to 9pm.
Further Japanese Knotweed Advance Treatment Works will commence in September 2016.
Cork County Council have appointed Amelio Utilities Ltd to undertake a topographic and drainage survey in Douglas and Togher.
Cork County Council will write to every known landowners where it is proposed to construct part of the proposed flood defences on their land.
Cork County Council has appointed Priority Geotechnical Ltd. (PGL) to carry out site investigation works to inform the detailed design of the scheme.
Cork County Council carried out minor advanced works in Togher in the summer of 2015.
Advance treatment of Japanese Knotweed (an invasive plant species) will be carried out in Douglas Community Park, Ravensdale & Ballybrack Valley over the coming weeks.
The Constraints Study report for the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme (Including Togher Culvert) is now available in the downloads area.
The second Public Information Day for the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme (Including Togher Culvert) will be held in Nemo Rangers GAA Club on Wednesday 8th October 2014 from 3pm to 9pm.
The first Public Information Day for the Douglas Flood Relief Scheme (Including Togher Culvert) will be held in Douglas Community Centre on Wednesday 26th February 2014 from 3pm to 7pm.