It will cost up to €500,000 to repair a collapsed weir at Ballincollig Regional Park.
A report by consulting engineers on behalf of Cork County Council estimates that the cost of long-term repairs to the weir will be between €450,000 and €550,000.

The historic weir collapsed in December of last year and that led to a major operation to save up to 10,000 fish that had got trapped in a dried-up canal.
The canals had dried up after damage to the weir halted the flow of water from the River Lee.
Repairs to the concrete weir have been delayed, as agencies, including Cork County Council, the Office of Public Works, and the Inland Fisheries Board have debated what needs to be done, who is responsible, and who will pay the bill…..

Evening Echo 21/07/2015 Read the article ‘Ballincollig weir to cost €500K to repair’