Woods, Michael J.

Wednesday, 8 July 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 422 No. 4

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Written Answers. - FEOGA Grant.

Was asked: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will be offered a FEOGA grant for the modernisation of his fishing vessel.More Button

I have looked into this matter and I am pleased to inform the Deputy that the person concerned has recently been offered a FEOGA grant for the modernisation of his vessel.More Button

Written Answers. - Sligo Port Development.

Was asked: if he has any plans for the development of Sligo port in view of the fact that it is the only commercial port between Galway and Derry and having regard to the fact that access is so vitally important...More Button

Was asked: whether any application has been made by the Irish Government for EC Structural Funds or EC Cohesion Funds for the improvement of Sligo Harbour in view of the vital importance of access for peripheral...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 129 and 130 together. Development plans for Sligo Harbour are in the first instance a matter for determination by Sligo Harbour Commissioners. Where such development w...More Button

Written Answers. - Construction of Sligo Marinas.

Was asked: if any plans or applications have been submitted to his Department for the construction of marinas on the Sligo coast.More Button

No plans or applications have been submitted to my Department for the construction of marinas on the Sligo coast.More Button

Written Answers. - Illegal Fishing.

Was asked: if he will outline the action, he is taking to prevent a recurrence this season of the illegal fishing activities for mackerel and herring of Killybegs based tank boats within the limits of Killala Ba...More Button

I think it is important to stress at the outset that pelagic tank boats of up to 90 feet in registered length are legally entitled to fish in the area in question. Notwithstanding this my Department h...More Button

Written Answers. - Fishing Limits.

Was asked: if the licence for a sea fishing boat or tank boat allows fishing of any sort by that boat within a distance of three nautical miles from the baselines.More Button

The vast majority of boats in the Irish fleet are relatively small and suited mainly for inshore fishing. None of these boats is precluded from fishing within three nautical miles of baselines. In g...More Button

Written Answers. - Ballyglass (Mayo) Harbour Extension.

Was asked: if he has any plans to expand Ballyglass Harbour in County Mayo; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

My Department's current Fishery Harbour Development Programme which covers the period 1989 to 1993, makes no provision for works at Ballyglass Harbour. A new Development Programme to cover the period ...More Button


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