Written Answers. - Cork Schools.

Wednesday, 10 June 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 421 No. 1

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  42.  Mr. Allen  Information on Bernard Allen  Zoom on Bernard Allen   asked the Minister for Education  Information on Seamus Brennan  Zoom on Seamus Brennan   if he will list the number of primary schools in Cork city without central heating.

  43.  Mr. Allen  Information on Bernard Allen  Zoom on Bernard Allen   asked the Minister for Education  Information on Seamus Brennan  Zoom on Seamus Brennan   if he will list the number of second level schools in Cork city without central heating.

Minister for Education (Mr. S. Brennan): Information on Seamus Brennan  Zoom on Seamus Brennan  The information sought by the Deputy is not readily available and its compilation would necessitate the deployment of staff from other more urgent duties which, in the circumstances, would not be justified.

  44.  Mr. Sheehan  Information on P. J. Sheehan  Zoom on P. J. Sheehan   asked the Minister for Education  Information on Seamus Brennan  Zoom on Seamus Brennan   the present position regarding the application of a school (details supplied) in County Cork, which was lodged with his Department on 16 January 1990, for an extension to the school; and when approval will now be given and finance provided for the proposed extension.

Minister for Education (Mr. S. Brennan): Information on Seamus Brennan  Zoom on Seamus Brennan  My Department has already approved an extension to the national school in County Cork referred to by the Deputy and the project is at sketch plan stage. The sketch plans will be completed as soon as possible, and copies will then be forwarded to the school authorities to enable them to seek local authority planning permission.

Because the project is at an early stage of planning the question of finance does not arise at this stage.


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