Burke, Ray

Tuesday, 18 May 1982

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 334 No. 7

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Written Answers. - Waterford County Council Grants and Allocations.

I have arranged to meet a deputation from Waterford County Council on Thursday, 20 May 1982.More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

There is no record in my Department of the receipt of an application from either of the persons named in respect of the house in question.More Button

Under the Housing Regulations, 1980 (as amended), the latest date for completion of works and the receipt in the Department of claims for payment was 30 June 1981. As this statutory requirement was n...More Button

The person named applied for a new house grant under the old scheme but his application was rejected, as his house was not completed by 31 December 1978. He subsequently applied for the £1,000 grant,...More Button

The grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and occupied and the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

The file in this case is with the inspector for investigation and report with a view to the allocation of the grant and subsidy, if in order.More Button

The grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and occupied and the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

Written Answers. - Litter Prosecutions.

The information requested is not available in my Department. However, by way of example, the following information has been obtained from Dublin and Cork Corporations:—More Button

Written Answers. - Local Authority Deputations.

I or my Minister of State have met deputations from 20 local authorities. The discussions took account of the value to these authorities of the measures taken by the Government to (i) limit increases...More Button

Written Answers. - Council Flat Rents.

The principles underlying the differential rents scheme for local authority dwellings is that tenants should pay a reasonable contribution, in accordance with their ability to pay, towards the cost of...More Button

Written Answers. - Charleville (Cork) Water Scheme.

Contract documents for the proposed Charleville Water Supply Scheme were approved in June 1981. The seeking of the tenders is now a matter for Cork (North) County Council.More Button

Written Answers. - County Cork Refuse Collection.

It is a matter for each local authority to decide as to the frequency and regularity of their domestic refuse collection services. Inquiries have been made from the Cork County Council in regard to t...More Button

Written Answers. - County Dublin Water Pressure.

Operation and maintenance of a public water supply is primarily the responsibility of the sanitary authority for the area. I understand that the council have received no recent complaints regarding p...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payment.

This grant will be paid shortly.More Button

Written Answers. - Dublin County Council Loan Application.

I received applications in November 1981 from Dublin County Council for loans and grants to finance the provision of fireplaces in rented houses at various locations in the county. I have already appr...More Button

Written Answers. - New House Loans.

Local authorities were informed of the Government's decision to restore to single persons eligibility for ordinary local authority house loans in Circular Letter H.6/82 which issued from my Department...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and that the conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been completed and that the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and that the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and that the conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

When my Department are notified that all work on the house has been completed, an inspection will be arranged with a view to payment of a grant, if in order.More Button

The planning permission granted to the applicant refers to the reconstruction of his original dwelling, whereas he is, in fact, providing a new house. When planning permission for a new house is furn...More Button

When the applicant completes the required forms and Roinn na Gaeltachta supply the necessary certificate, a mortgage subsidy will be paid, if in order.More Button

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and that the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been satisfactorily completed and that the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with.More Button

Written Answers. - Clare Water Scheme.

The source for this scheme is dependent on the proposed Tulla regional water scheme. My Department will shortly convey a decision on the preliminary report for the regional scheme to Clare County Cou...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

As the works in this case commenced within ten years of the payment of a new house grant, a house improvement grant would only be payable for the limited categories of work stipulated in the Housing R...More Button

A grant cannot be allowed in this case because, contrary to a qualifying condition of the scheme, the work had commenced before an inspection of the house was carried out. The applicant was so infor...More Button

As the payment of disabled persons' grants is a matter entirely for the local housing authority the information requested is not available in my Department.More Button

There was no delay in carrying out an inspection in this case.More Button

A grant in respect of the provision of a bathroom and a bedroom cannot be allowed in this case because, contrary to a qualifying condition of the scheme, the work had commenced before an inspection of...More Button

There has been no undue delay by my Department in dealing with this case. The file is with the inspector for a report, with a view to payment of a grant, if in order. The inspection will be carried ...More Button

Written Answers. - County Galway House Sale.

The house in question could not be sold in 1978 as purpose built houses were then specifically excluded from tenant purchase schemes. However, it may now be purchased under the current scheme which, ...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

A grant will be paid when an inspection establishes that the house has been completed satisfactorily and occupied and that the other conditions applying to the grant scheme have been complied with. A...More Button

An incomplete application was received by my Department from the persons named in April 1982. When the outstanding information requested by my Department has been received, the application will be pro...More Button

When the applicant submits a form SL 4, which she has been asked to complete and have certified by her inspector of taxes, confirming that she has not previously claimed income tax relief in respect o...More Button

Written Answers. - Control of Street Businesses.

I assume the Deputy is referring to motor trade operations such as sales, repairs and maintenance, including spraying. The Garda Commissioner has power under the Road Traffic Acts to make by-laws fo...More Button


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