Barrett, Seán

Tuesday, 13 February 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 461 No. 4

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Adjournment Debate. - Future of Military Barracks.

The information the Deputy has just read into the record is factually incorrect. It is a terrible shame that this type of rumour is circulating because I am conscious of the fact that there are famili...More Button

Written Answers. - Inter-Hospital Transfers.

Was asked: the total amount budgeted for inter-hospital transfers by helicopter; the agreement, if any, that exists between the Department of Finance and his Department for such a budget; and if he will make a s...More Button

Was asked: the number of requests for inter-hospital transfers that have been refused over the last three years; the reasons for these refusals; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 217 and 218 together. An arrangement is in place between the Department of Defence and the Department of Health whereby the Air Corps operates an air ambulance service...More Button

Written Answers. - National Lottery Grants.

Was asked: the total amount paid out in national lottery grants by his Department in respect of each county or constituency in the country; and the specific project funded for each grant allocation.More Button

The total amount provided in the Defence Vote 1995 from national lottery funding was £1,196,000. Details of the specific allocations for 1995 were as follows:More Button

Written Answers. - Malahide (Dublin) Marina.

Was asked: the conditions, if any, of the licence to dispose of spoilage as a result of building and excavation work at the marina, Malahide, County Dublin; if an adequate level of monitoring is in place to ensu...More Button

Was asked: if he will give details of the licence issued to Malahide marina for the dumping of spoilage 35 kilometres east of Malahide, County Dublin, between January and September 1996; and if the inspection of...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 220 and 222 together. The Oslo Commission guidelines for the management of dredged material are taken into consideration in the disposal of dredge spoil. Under the gu...More Button

Written Answers. - National Lottery Grants.

Was asked: the total amount paid out in national lottery grants by his Department in respect of each county or constituency in the country; and the specific project funded for each grant allocation.More Button

No moneys have been paid out in national lottery grants by the Department of the Marine.More Button

Written Answers. - Dumping of Spoilage.

Was asked: the conditions outlined for dumping of spoilage from Mornington, County Meath where dredging is being carried out; the locations being considered for the final disposal of the material; the effect, if...More Button

Application for licences under the Dumping at Sea Act, 1981, were received in my Department recently from Drogheda Harbour Commissioners in respect of annual maintenance dredging works and disposal of...More Button

Written Answers. - Coastal Erosion.

Was asked: the extra provisions, if any, he intends to make for coastal erosion in County Meath in view of the deterioration of the coastline during the winter.More Button

As I indicated to this House in answer to Question No. 627 on 23 January 1996, final decisions have yet to be made on the programme for protection works to be undertaken by the Department of the Marin...More Button

Written Answers. - Seal Population.

Was asked: if the seal population in the Irish Sea is affecting fish stocks; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

A three year (1995-98) scientific study on the comparative distribution and migration patterns of grey and common seals in Irish waters is currently under way. The project, which is jointly funded b...More Button

Written Answers. - Coastal Erosion.

Was asked: the action, if any, he proposes to take to repair damage caused to the land of a person (details supplied) in County Cork and to prevent further damage being caused by coastal erosion on land at Pilmo...More Button

Was asked: the action, if any, he proposes to take to repair damage caused to the land of a person (details supplied) in County Cork and to prevent further damage being caused by coastal erosion on land at Pilmo...More Button

I propose taking Questions Nos. 226 and 227 together. Cork County Council, along with other coastal local authorities, has identified and advised the Department of the Marine of a number of priority l...More Button


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