Flood Risk Management Options for the Strawberry Beds and Liffey Valley - Have your say.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

A Public Consultation Day in relation to Flood Risk Management Options for the Strawberry Beds (Fingal Area – northern bank of River Liffey between Lucan and Chapelizod), will be held at Lucan Library, Unit 16, Superquinn Shopping Centre, Newcastle Rd, Lucan, Co. Dublin from 1.00pm to 7.00pm on Wednesday 2nd March 2016.

CFRAM is Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management. The national CFRAM programme commenced in Ireland in 2011.

The CFRAM Programme is central to the medium to long-term strategy for the reduction and management of flood risk in Ireland.
The Programme delivers on core components of the National Flood Policy, adopted in 2004, and on the requirements of the EU ‘Floods’ Directive. The Irish CFRAM programme is being carried out in parallel with similar programmes across the European Union.

The OPW is the lead agency for flood risk management in Ireland and is the national competent authority for the EU Floods Directive. OPW works in close partnership with all Local Authorities in delivering the objectives of the CFRAM Programme.
Implementation of the requirements EU Floods Directive is being coordinated with the requirements of the EU Water Framework Directive and the current River Basin Management Plans. The Programme is also being undertaken with close cross-border coordination,

The CFRAM Programme comprises three phases:
  • The Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA): 2011
  • The CFRAM Studies and parallel activities: 2011-2015
  • Implementation and Review: 2016 onwards

The Programme provides for three main consultative stages:
  • 2011 Preliminary Flood Risk Assessments
  • 2014 Flood Hazard Mapping
  • 2015 Flood Risk Management Plans

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