EIA Portal

The following gives an outline of the portal, and some screenshots of the data/maps

What is unclear is how a user can

a) export the records to csv or similar for analysis

b) get an alert when new records are added


What is the EIA Portal?

The EIA Portal is provided by the Department of Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage as an electronic notification to the public of requests for development consent accompanied by an Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR).  It is an access point to detailed information facilitating early and effective opportunities to participate in environmental decision making procedures for such cases. 

The portal is a public information facility meeting the requirements of Directive 2011/92/EU as amended by 2014/52/EU on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment.

What type of applications are listed on the portal?

All applications for development consent requiring environmental impact assessment (EIA) made countrywide and offshore and across all legislative codes.  

Development consents requiring EIA include certain applications (and appeals) for planning permission and other forms of consent under the Planning and Development Act 2000, applications for an integrated pollution prevention and control or waste licence from the Environmental Protection Agency, applications to the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage for a foreshore licence, a wastewater discharge authorisation, and and a permit for dumping at sea, applications to the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine in respect of certain agriculture developments, aquaculture licences and appeals, and forestry developments, demolition of National Monuments, certain developments in relation to petroleum and gas exploration and exploitation, approvals of certain arterial drainage projects, and certain road and rail projects 

Which applications are listed on the portal?

The portal shows applications for development consent accompanied by an EIAR made since 16 May 2017, the date Directive 2014/52/EU became applicable.  Applications prior to this date are not shown.

Does the portal contain detailed information on EIA applications?

No. The information on the portal is limited in extent and is intended to have the sole purposes of informing the public, in a timely manner, of EIA applications and providing a link to the relevant competent authority’s website where detailed information is contained.  The portal is not intended as a replacement or alternative source of information to that contained on the relevant competent authority’s website. 

What information can I find on the portal?

The portal lists all new EIA applications and the competent authority(s) to which they are submitted, the name of the applicant and a brief description of the proposal, shows the location on a GIS map and provides a URL link to the detailed information relating to the application contained on the relevant competent authority(s) website.   The information on the portal is searchable and will accumulate over time.

While the EIA Portal gives electronic notification of all EIA applications, this does not replace other notification requirements such as public newspaper and site notices. A copy of the public newspaper notice can be accessed on the portal and should be consulted for a detailed description of the proposed development, site address and public consultation arrangements.

What is the main source of information on EIA applications?

The primary responsibility to inform the public and to make relevant information electronically accessible to the public rests with the relevant competent authority and will be met by the publication of this information on its website.  The EIA Portal is not a replacement or alternative source of information to the competent authority’s website.

The information on the EIA Portal is limited and comes from 2 sources.  The applicant for development consent provides the information on the location and brief description of the proposed development, a copy of the public newspaper notice, and the name of the competent authority, in advance of making the application.  The portal contains a downloadable form to be completed by the applicant with this information and submitted to the Department, and confirmation from the Department that the information provided on this form has been uploaded to the EIA Portal must be submitted with the application for development consent to the relevant competent authority.

The information submitted by the applicant is uploaded to the portal by the Department as soon as possible, and no later than 3 days after receipt of all required information.  The date submitted and an Identification Code are added. A link to a copy of the public notice as supplied by the applicant is also provided.  This information is visible on the portal from the time of issue of the confirmation to the applicant. 

Upon receipt of a valid application, the competent authority provides the Department with a file reference and URL link to the electronic version of the file, and this is uploaded in association with the information provided by the developer.  The URL will not be visible on the portal until it is provided by the competent authority, normally approximately 1 week after the application for development consent is made.

In preparation for launch of the portal on 18/07/2018, the Department of of Housing, Local Government and Heritage sought information from all competent authorities on applications made between 16 May 2017 and the launch date.  Information on applications after the launch date was received from applicants and competent authorities as outlined above.

Advice on using the EIA Portal

Applications for developments at specific locations are identified by a diamond, colour coded by type of competent authority.  Applications for linear developments are shown by diamonds at the end points of the proposed development, major turning points and at local authority boundary crossing points, where applicable.  The information for each diamond indicates which applications are for linear developments (“Linear Development YES”).

Some proposed developments will require consent from more than one competent authority. Linked applications with an associated EIAR will appear separately on the portal.  In such cases, the same Identification Code will be used for related applications, to facilitate their identification.

The portal includes search functions in respect of the information it contains – project type, competent authority, locations etc.  The search functions can be operated by all users.  The information on the portal will remain after the decision has been made by the competent authority.

Will the link on the EIA Portal bring me directly to the application?

The URL to the application on the EIA Portal is as provided by each competent authority.  In some cases, the competent authority has its website structured to facilitate direct access via the URL to the front page of the application, with direct links from there to the various documents associated with the application.  In other cases, the website of the competent authority is structured to bring you to a page to facilitate you locating the application.  In such cases, using the search function on the competent authority’s website will bring you to the application.  The file register reference number may be particularly useful to assist this search.

Uploading information on an application for development consent accompanied by an EIAR

Intending applicants for development consent under any legislative code, where the application is to be accompanied by an Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR), should click here for further information.

Limit on information on the EIA Portal

No further information on the application is added to the portal.  Information on timelines for public consultation, arrangements for oral hearing (if any), the decision of the competent authority and time lines for appeal (if any) etc. must be obtained from the relevant competent authority.  The portal does not contain information in respect of any request for additional information, which may include a revised EIAR and new public notices, and which may involve additional opportunities for public participation.


The Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage provides the data for use “as is.” The points depicted by this map/data are approximate, and are not accurate to surveying or engineering standards.  The maps/data shown here are for illustration purposes only and are not suitable for site-specific decision making.  Information found here should not be used for making financial or any other commitments. The Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage provides this information with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be accurate, correct or complete and conclusions drawn from such information are the responsibility of the user.  

While every effort will be made to ensure that correct and timely information is posted on this EIA Portal, the public are advised, in all cases, to refer to public notices and/or the relevant competent authority websites for notifications, and to the same websites for electronic access to all relevant information in respect of EIA development consent applications.

Sample record

EIA Applicant Name: Bord na Mona Powergen Ltd & ESB Wind Development ltd

Portal ID2018075
Competent AuthorityKildare County Council
Competent Authority Reference
Applicant nameBord na Mona Powergen Ltd & ESB Wind Development ltd
LocationLand within the townlands of Drehid, Mulgeeth, Ballynamullagh, Mucklon, Kilmurry (Carbury By), Killyon and Timahoe East, Co. Kildare
Description (Max 256 character)Renewable energy development- 2 areas of solar photovoltaic arrays mounted on metal frames over an area of approximately 200ha, and all assoicated works including battery storage, forestry felling and replanting.
Date Uploaded to PortalDecember 13, 2018
URL link to application/appeal
URL link to documents, if any
Linear DevelopmentNo


Date filters

Search by Filter


The EIA Portal can be filtered to view projects within a specific date range by following the steps below;

1. Open the Attribute Table and begin filtering the information by selecting the Filter function within the Options setting.

2. Select Add Expression.

3. In the first drop-down field, select Date Uploaded to Portal

4. In the second drop-down field, select is on or after.

5. In the third drop down field, select the date, e.g. 1st Jan 2020

6. Select OK to proceed.

7. This will allow you to view all projects the EIA Portal has been notified of since 1 January 2020.

8. You can view the projects within this date range in tabular format on the attribute table, or you can switch to map view.

Layer: EIA_Location_Point (ID:0)

View In: Map Viewer

Name: EIA_Location_Point

Display Field: Applicant_name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint

Description: EIA_Location_Point_New20181203_3


Land Use Evidence Review, Minutes of Meetings (2021+)

The Programme for Government commits to a land use review to ensure that optimal land use options inform all relevant government decisions.

In 2022 DAFM and DECC commenced a Land Use Evidence review.

Phase 1 of the review is being managed by EPA and will assemble the evidence base to determine the environmental, ecological and economic characteristics of land types across Ireland, as outlined in the 2021 Climate Action Plan.

The Land Use Evidence Review work is assisted by a Land Use Evidence Forum.

Meeting notes from 19 May 2022. 

Presentation from Coillte

Focus areas are to create new forests, optimise management of estate to maximise carbon storage, redesign areas of peatland forests.

Want to increase the biodiversity in forests.

Identified forest areas that have high ecological potential.

Plan to transition sensitive Freshwater Pearl Mussel areas to semi natural woodlands.


Need help with soil indicators

A test run of converting the draft landcover data for the southeast of Ireland into land use data was done to assess the main barriers to creating land use map(s) for Ireland

How is urban land being assessed, as it results in multiple pressures? EPA replied that in the EAGLE land use scheme the relevant land uses are residential, infrastructure and services. This means that in the indicator assessment the urban pressures might be repeated as they are being catalogued according to the land use types (so urban pressures will be catalogued against residential, infrastructure etc)

There is a task to workshop/review the draft land use class definitions with the land evidence forum


Publication of meeting notes to EPA website. Meeting notes for this group have been requested under FOI and AIE. To make this more efficient for the requesters the EPA will publish meeting notes to the EPA website until the land use evidence review phase 1 is complete. Would like a one-week turnaround for any comments/corrections on the meeting notes for timely publication.

Meeting notes from 22 June 2022.

New map will be much higher resolution than Corine landcover data. Tests of the new map, for Co. Wicklow, shows the possible extent of the differences between the two datasets.

Existing use cases that have tested draft sample areas of the landcover data to confirm its applicability include:
• LULUCF (land use, land use change and forestry) reporting as part of EPA inventory and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions
• FLARES research project being undertaken by UCC
• DAFM Farm Environmental Survey pilot study
• EPA illegal waste activities risk map

OSi aiming for a September 2022 release of the data

September documentation will be light, and will focus on giving data users the information they need to use the data

Post September more comprehensive documents are planned:
o Documentation of the landcover classification
o Documentation of the methodology
o Documentation of the validation methods and results

OSi confirmed the landcover is part of the OSI established suite of products and they plan to maintain it into the future. OSI are considering what form the landcover product will take to meet user requirements.

Meeting notes from 7 September 2022

Plans for publication & communication of the Evidence Review documentation

All products will go on government of Ireland website and the launch of Phase 1 will introduce Phase 2

Woodland Register | Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (Northern Ireland)

The Northern Ireland woodland register provides data in tabular format on the area of forest or woodland, by forest or woodland type, and whether managed by the Forest Service or not. This dataset is derived from a basemap consisting of forests and woodlands throughout Northern Ireland with a minimum size of 0.1 hectare (Ha).


Forests and woodlands are recorded as broadleaf, conifer, mixed (conifer and broadleaf), short rotation coppice, or, where no information is available, of unknown type. Land classified by DAERA as dense scrub is recorded as broadleaf woodland. Additional categories, such as areas awaiting replanting or awaiting natural regeneration, and open ground considered integral to the woodland (e.g. forest roads, glades, rides and fire breaks) are also included.

The woodland basemap has been compiled using Geographic Information datasets provided by statutory and non-statutory bodies. The 2022 woodland register updates the 2021 woodland register.

The basemap is used to produce a map showing forest and woodland cover. Boundaries shown on the map do not reflect legal boundaries and should be treated as indicative. While every effort is made in preparing material for publication, no responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs for any errors or omissions contained in the map of forest and woodland cover in Northern Ireland.

Although generally synonymous, the terms ‘forest’ and ‘woodland’ are used here to respectively represent a relatively large land holding managed primarily to grow trees for a defined, non-agricultural purpose (such as the supply of wood products for industrial use), and, an area of trees of at least 0.1 hectare (0.25 acre) forming part of a land holding and managed in such a way as to complement the rest of the land holding.


Irish National Parks overlaid with Commonage






Wild Nephin

What is QField ?

QField is the mobile app for QGIS, allowing users to deploy their existing projects to the field

The application allows for efficient electronic data capture in the field and can be used for habitat mapping as well as capturing species information.

QField is an open source mobile (Android/iphone) application that allows you to edit QGIS projects on a mobile device. It is built with the QGIS rendering engine so your QGIS project (including symbology) will look exactly the same in QField

QFieldCloud allows to synchronize and merge the data collected by your team in QField. From small individual projects to large data collection campaigns, QFieldCloud removes the pain from synchronizing and merging data

Start with a free plan, and upgrade only when you need larger storage or more control on who can access to your projects

QField allows users to capturing habitat and species data electronically.

The first step is etting up projects in QGIS for transfer to QField, including the use of the QField Sync plugin.

You can then to prepare basemaps, configure map themes and transfer projects to a mobile device for use in the field.

QField functionality on a mobile device (android ‘phone or tablet), includes capturing point, line and polygon data as well as editing data in the field.

Finally you can transfer the field data back into a QGIS project.

Basic tutorial on using QField

Wicklow BioClass Map

Raw data download in KML format:


To open the locations in more usable Google Maps format, use this link


Fields included for each site are as follows:

Example: Carrigroe

NAT_VALUESPlanted Heath

You can open the file as a data table, so view each site in detail:


To understand the way Coillte designation works see:

Decision of the Commissioner for Environmental Information (AIE Regulations): Integrated Forestry Information System (iFORIS)

Case: OCE-108532-W5W7Z8

Date of decision: 3 October 2022
Appellant: Mr. A.

Public Authority: Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine [the Department]

Issue: Whether Department were justified in refusing the request under articles 8(a)(i) or 8(a)(iii) of the AIE Regulations, whether the request was manifestly unreasonable within the meaning of article 9(2)(a) of the AIE Regulations.

Summary of the Commissioner’s Decision: The Commissioner annulled the decision of the Department and directed that a fresh decision-making process be carried out in respect of the appellant’s request.

This appeal concerns the Integrated Forestry Information System (iFORIS), which is a system maintained by the Department to support the processing of forestry license and scheme applications and payments.

On 1 April 2021, the appellant requested “a copy of, or access to, all spatial datasets available on iFORIS used by DAFM in connection with assessing Forestry Application and Licenses.” The appellant stated in his request that he was seeking access to spatial data only, and not to any personal data where consent for disclosure has not been given by the individuals concerned.

The Department issued a decision on 29 April 2021. It refused the appellant’s request under articles 8(a)(i), 8(a)(iii) and 9(2)(a) of the AIE Regulations. The Department stated that the data in question would amount to terabytes in size, and it was not feasible for the Department to supply this amount of data. The decision found that the datasets sought contained confidential personal information and information that would indicate the location of protected species. The decision also stated that many of the datasets sought are publicly available elsewhere and should be sought from the “authoritative sources”.

The decision considered the weighing of the public interest served by disclosure against the interest served by refusal and concluded that the public interest was best served by withholding the information sought.

The Department says that it holds over 100 layers of data relevant to the appellant’s request which amounts to terabytes in size and as a result, the request is manifestly unreasonable. This Office’s investigator wrote to the Department seeking further information on the steps that would be involved in processing the appellant’s request such as an estimate of time length of time it would take to fulfil the request and the impact this would have on the functioning of the Department. The Department responded stating that it would take “potentially weeks of work” to prepare the material for release, but did not provide any further information to support this statement. The Department stated that it is simply not feasible for it to supply this amount of data, but have not set out why that might be the case.

Filters in EPA GIS maps



EPA Offices




Coal Restricted Areas

AIR EMEP Monitoring Sites

Air Monitoring Sites

AIR NO2 – Modelled NO2 Dublin

AIR PM10 – Modelled PM10 Dublin

AIR PM2.5 – Modelled PM2.5 Dublin

Air Zones

National Ambient Air Quality Sites

Air Quality Index Regions

Sites and Monuments

Counties Generalised

Local Authorities Generalised

Local Authorities

Settlements Generalised

PRTR: All PRTR Sectors

Bathing Water Quality

Significant Pressures – Certs of Authorisations

Coastal – High Probability

Coastal – Low Probability

Coastal – Medium Probability

Coastal Waterbody WFD Latest Status

Canals Ecological Potential 2010-2015

Canals Ecological Potential 2013-2018

Canal Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

Canal Waterbodies Risk

Chemical Monitoring Points

Dump Site Boundaries

Townlands in DWWTS High Status Area grant scheme

EPA Drinking Water Remedial Action List

GSI Bedrock Aquifer

GSI Gravel Aquifer

GSI Bedrock Geology 1 Million

GSI Rock Unit Groups

GSI Vulnerability

GSI Bedrock Faults 100k

GSI Bedrock Polygons 100k

GSI Public Supply Source Protection Areas

Ground Waterbody WFD Latest Status


HYDRO Catchments

River Flow Estimates – Hydrotool

Coastal Waterbody High Status Objective

Lake Waterbody High Status Objective

River Waterbody High Status Objective

Transitional Waterbody High Status Objective

Significant Pressures – IEL Facilities

INSPIRE Register of Protected Areas – Salmonid Water Regs River Waterbodies (WFD RBMP Cycle 2)

Significant Pressures – IPC Facilities

Licensed Peat Extraction Installation Boundary

IPPC Boundary

IPPC Emission Points

IPPC Facility Details

IPPC Monitoring Points

Corine 2000

Corine 2006

Corine 2012

Corine 2018

Corine 1990

Corine Change 2006 – 2012

Corine Change 2012 – 2018

Corine Change 2000 – 2006

Corine Change 1990 – 2000

UWW Snapped Emission Points

UWW Emission Points

Bathing Water Areas

Certs of Authorisation Locations (<500pe)



IPPC, IPC and IEL Facilities

UWW Plant Locations (>500pe)

UWWT Plant Compliance

Waste Facilities

Extractive Industries Registered Sites

Lake Waterbody WFD Latest Status

Seascape Character Areas

Seascape Character Type

Seascapes – Land with Sea Views

Seascapes – Sea Surface Visible from Land

MCP Facility Locations

Mine Geological Linear Features

Mine Other Waste Areas

Point Mine Features

Mine Site Boundaries

Mine District

Mine Site Features

Mines Solid Waste Analyses

Mines Solid Waste Heaps

Mines Stream Sediment Analyses

Linear Mine Features

Mines Water Analyses (Summer)

Mine Linear Waste Features

Mine Point Waste Features

Mine Water Linear

Mine Point Water Features

Mine Water Analyses (Winter)

Historical S.E. Chemical Data

Historical Groundwater Quality 2003-2005

Hydrometric Gauges

Latest River Q Values

National Water Monitoring Stations

River Q Values 1971-2020

River Q-Values 2004-2020

Zone of Subsidence

Mine Site Location

NFGWS Group Scheme Source Protection Areas

Noise Round 2 Airport – Day

Noise Round 2 Airport – Night

Noise Round 2 Rail – Day

Noise Round 2 Rail – Night

Noise Round 2 Road – Day

Noise Round 2 Road – Night

Noise Round 1 – Airport

Noise Round 1 – Dublin Agglomeration

Noise Round 1 – NRA

Noise Round 1 – Rail

Noise Round 3 Airport – Lden

Noise Round 3 Airport – Lnight

Noise Round 3 Rail – Lden

Noise Round 3 Rail – Lnight

Noise Round 3 Road – Lden

Noise Round 3 Road – Lnight


PIP-P Flow Delivery Paths

Pollution Impact Potential – Nitrate (PIP-N)

Pollution Impact Potential – Phosphorus (PIP-P)

PIP-P Flow Delivery Points

Large Towns

Medium Towns

Small Towns

Natural Heritage Areas

S.A.C – Latest Cycle

S.P.A – Latest Cycle

N.I. Marine Conservation Zones

N. I. S.A.C.

N.I. S.P.A.



SAC with Water Dependent Habitats/Species – Dec 2018

SAC – Sep 2016


SPA with Water Dependent Habitats/Species – Dec 2018

SPA – Sep 2016

PRTR: Animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector

PRTR: Chemical industry

PRTR: Energy sector

PRTR: Intensive livestock production and aquaculture

PRTR: Mineral industry

PRTR: Other activities

PRTR: Paper and wood production and processing

PRTR: Production and processing of metals

PRTR: Waste and waste water management

Radiation Monitoring

Radon Map pre May 2022

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive Groundwater Waterbody

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive River Waterbodies

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive Coastal Waterbody

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive Lake Waterbody

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive Transitional Waterbody

River – High Probability

River – Low Probability

River – Medium Probability

River Waterbody WFD Latest Status

All EPA Priority Urban Areas

Impacting on Bathing Water

Sewage Treatment <500pe

Failing to meet EU Sewage Treatment Standards

Key Pressure on Rivers or Lakes

Improvement needed to protect Pearl Mussels

Improvement needed to protect Shellfish Waters

Raw Sewage

Discharge Locations

Sewage Treatment >500pe

National Soils Hydrology Map

National Soils

SIS National Soils



Transitional Waterbody WFD Latest Status

UWWT Agglomeration Boundaries

Waste Boundary

River Catchments (1958)

Hydrometric Area

River Basins (1958)

Flow Network (Indicative)

River Flow Direction


INSPIRE Water Framework Directive River Network Routes

WFD Areas For Action Plans

WFD Areas for Action – Cycle 2

WFD Areas For Action

Catchment Projects

Near Surface Nitrate Susceptibility

Near Surface Phosphate Susceptibility

Sub Surface Nitrate Susceptibility

Coastal Waterbodies – Cycle 2

Coastal Waterbodies

Coastal Waterbody WFD Status 2007-2009

Coastal Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2012

Coastal Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2015

Coastal Waterbody WFD Status 2013-2018

Coastal Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

Coastal Waterbodies Risk

Canal Waterbodies – Cycle 2

Canal Waterbodies

Waterways Ireland Canals

WFD Catchments

Coastal Water Quality 2018-2020

Coastal Waterbody Score 2008

Salmonid River Regs (S.I. 293 only) – Latest Cycle

Ground waterbodies – Cycle 2

Ground Waterbodies

GW Ammonium Concentrate 2014

Ground Waterbody WFD Status 2007-2012

Ground Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2015

Ground Waterbody WFD Status 2013-2018

Ground Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

Ground Waterbodies Risk

Groundwater Abstractions Pressures

Groundwater Agriculture Pressures

Groundwater Anthropogenic Pressures

Groundwater Aquaculture Pressures

Groundwater Atmospheric Pressures

Groundwater Domestic Waste Water Pressures

Groundwater Extractive Industry Pressures

Groundwater Forestry Pressures

Groundwater Historically Polluted Site Pressures

Groundwater Hydromorphology Pressures

Groundwater Industry Pressures

Groundwater Invasive Specie Pressures

Groundwater Other Anthropogenic Pressures

Groundwater Urban Run Off Pressures

Groundwater Urban Waste Water Pressures

Groundwater Waste Pressures

Groundwater Water Treatment Pressures

GW Max Faecal Coliform 2014

GW Nitrate Concentration 2014

GW Phosphate Concentration 2014

GW Ammonium Concentration 2007 – 2009

WFD GW Quality Max Faecal Coliform 2007-2009

GW Nitrate Concentration 2007 – 2009

GW Phosphate Concentration 2007 – 2009

Groundwater Waterbody Score 2008


Lake Water Quality 2007-2009

Lake Waterbodies

Lake and TRaC Abstractions Pressures

Lake and TRaC Agriculture Pressures

Lake and TRaC Anthropogenic Pressures

Lake and TRaC Aquaculture Pressures

Lake and TRaC Atmospheric Pressures

Lake and TRaC Domestic Waste Water Pressures

Lake and TRaC Extractive Industry Pressures

Lake and TRaC Forestry Pressures

Lake and TRaC Historically Polluted Site Pressures

Lake and TRaC Hydromorphology Pressures

Lake and TRaC Industry Pressures

Lake and TRaC Invasive Species Pressures

Lake and TRaC Other Anthropogenic Pressures

Lake and TRaC Urban Run-off Pressures

Lake and TRaC Urban Waste Water Pressures

Lake and TRaC Waste Pressures

Lake and TRaC Water Treatment Pressures

WFD Lake Waterbody Status 2007-2009

Lake Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2012

Lake Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2015

Lake Waterbody WFD Status 2013-2018

Lake Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

Lake Waterbodies Risk

Lake Waterbodies – Cycle 2

Lake Waterbody Score 2008

River Basin District

River Waterbodies

Margaritifera Habitat Classification

Margaritifera SAC Catchment

Margaritifera Sensitive Areas

Bathing Water Catchment

Groundwater in Bathing Locations

Surface Waters in Bathing Locations

Bathing Water Areas – Dec 2018

Bathing Water Areas – Sep 2016

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive RPA Bathing Water Areas

Drinking Water – Groundwater

Drinking Water – Groundwater – Dec 2018

Drinking Water – Groundwater – Sep 2016

Drinking Water – Rivers

Drinking Water – Rivers – Dec 2018

Drinking Water – Rivers – Sep 2016

Drinking Water – Lakes

Drinking Water – Lakes – Dec 2018

Drinking Water – Lakes – Sep 2016

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive RPA Drinking Water GWB

INSPIRE Water Framework Directive RPA Drinking Water SWB

Bathing Water Areas – Latest Cycle

Drinking Water – Groundwater – Latest Cycle

Drinking Water – Rivers – Latest Cycle

Drinking Water – Lakes – Latest Cycle

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Lakes and Estuaries – Latest Cycle

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Rivers – Latest Cycle

Shellfish Areas – Latest Cycle

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Catchments of Interest

Groundwater in Nutrient Sensitive Areas

Rivers in Nutrient Sensitive Areas

Surface Water in Nutrient Sensitive Areas

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Lakes and Estuaries

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Lakes and Estuaries – Dec 2018

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Lakes and Estuaries – Sep 2016

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Rivers

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Rivers – Dec 2018

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Rivers – Sep 2016

Nutrient Sensitive Areas – Points

Groundwater in SAC Habitats

Rivers in SAC Habitats

Surface Waters in SAC Habitats

Groundwater in SAC Species

Rivers in SAC Species

Surface Waters in SAC Species

Groundwater in Salmonid Regs

Rivers in Salmonid Regs

Surface Waters in Salmonid Regs

Shellfish Areas

Groundwater in Shellfish Areas

Rivers in Shellfish Areas

Surface Waters in Shellfish Areas

Shellfish Areas – Dec 2018

Shellfish Areas – Sep 2016

Groundwater in SPA Habitats

Rivers in SPA Habitats

Surface Waters in SPA Habitats

River Waterbody WFD Status 2007-2009

River Water Quality Status: 2010-2012

River Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2015

River Waterbody WFD Status 2013-2018

River Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

River Waterbodies Risk

River Abstraction Pressures

River Agriculture Pressures

River Anthropogenic Pressures

River Aquaculture Pressures

River Atmospheric Pressures

River Domestic Waste Water Pressures

River Extractive Industry Pressures

River Forestry Pressures

River Historically Polluted Site Pressures

River Hydromorphology Pressures

River Industry Pressures

River Invasive Species Pressures

River Other Anthropogenic Pressures

River Urban Run Off Pressures

River Urban Waste Water Pressures

River Waste Pressures

River Water Treatment Pressures

WFD River Sub Basins

Radon Map for Workplaces

Radon Risk Map of Ireland

River Waterbodies – Cycle 2

River Waterbodies

River Waterbody Score 2008

Salmonid River Regs (S.I. 293 only)

Salmonid River Regs (S.I. 293 only) – Dec 2018

Salmonid River Regs (S.I. 293 only) – Sep 2016

Section 4 Discharges

WFD SubCatchments

Transitional Waterbodies

Transitional Waterbody WFD Status 2007-2009

Transitional Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2012

Transitional Waterbody WFD Status 2010-2015

Transitional Waterbody WFD Status 2013-2018

Transitional Waterbodies Risk – Cycle 2

Transitional Waterbodies Risk

Transitional Water Quality 2018-2020

Transitional Waterbodies – Cycle 2

Transitional Water Score 2008

Water Management Units

Waste Emission Points

Waste Monitoring Points

Significant Pressures – Urban Waste Water Plant Locations

Significant Pressures – Waste Facilities