Public Consultation Days – Draft Flood Maps for Ballybay and Monaghan Town

Are you at risk of flooding?
Public consultation day is being held on draft flood maps which show the extent of flooding
in your area. Your comments on the draft maps and your experiences of flooding in the
area would be most welcome.

RPS Consultancy, who are conducting the North Western – Neagh Bann Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) Study on behalf of the Office of Public Works (OPW) and with the support of Monaghan County Council, are publishing Draft Flood Maps for Ballybay and Monaghan Town.

The maps will be on display at the following times and venues:

Maps on display for:         Date and time:                                           Venue:
Ballybay                                Wed 18 Feb 2015  3pm to 7pm              Ballybay Wetlands Centre

Monaghan Town                Wed 18 Feb 2015  3pm to 7pm              Four Seasons Hotel
Members of the North Western – Neagh Bann CFRAM Study project team will be available to discuss and explain the maps to all attending the events and to collate any local flooding information. The Draft Flood Maps will be on display on the date stated and will also be accessible on the Study website http://www.northwestcframstudy.ie from that date. Interested persons may provide observations on the Draft Flood Maps at the public consultation events and/or through the study website.

Draft Flood Maps for the other Areas for Further Assessment (AFAs) in the North Western and Neagh Bann districts are currently being drafted and will be available for public consultation during the coming months. Details of public consultation days will be advertised on the study website http://www.northwestcframstudy.ie.

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