Ahern, Noel

Tuesday, 26 November 2002

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 558 No. 1

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Written Answers. - Housing Grants.

I propose to take Questions Nos. 447 and 458 together. The information requested is set out in the following tables: New House Grants Applications Received 1997-2002More Button

Written Answers. - Local Authority Housing.

The results of the assessments of local authority housing need carried out in March 2002 indicated some 2,118 households in need of local authority housing in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, 1,769 in Fingal a...More Button

Written Answers. - Homeless Persons.

An Agreed Programme for Government contains a commitment to ensure that homelessness is tackled in a co-ordinated manner in all parts of the country and that the comprehensive homeless strategies now ...More Button

The most recent assessment of housing needs, which included a count of the number of homeless persons, was carried out by local authorities at the end of March this year. The data in relation to local...More Button

Written Answers. - Local Authority Housing.

Assessments of local authority housing needs are undertaken on a triennial basis and the results of the assessment carried out by local authorities in March 2002 were published recently. The previous ...More Button

The number of houses completed/ acquired by Kilkenny County Council and Kilkenny Borough Council under their local authority housing programmes for the years 1997 to 2001 and to the end of June 2002 ...More Button

Written Answers. - Housing Grants.

I propose to take Questions Nos. 455, 457 and 461 together. The termination of the new house grant scheme, which was announced on 14 November 2002, arose from the necessity, in the context of the 2003...More Button

Written Answers. - Housing Aid for the Elderly.

Value for Money Report No. 36 – November 2000 – by the Comptroller and Auditor General, in relation to the special housing aid for the elderly scheme, concluded that the scheme represented good value ...More Button

Written Answers. - Rented Dwellings Register.

Responsibility for enforcing the Housing (Registration of Rented Houses) Regulations, 1996, rests with local authorities, who have been advised by my Department of the need to put in place effective a...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

As the administration of the disabled person's grant scheme is a matter for local authorities the information sought is not directly available in my Department. The most recent information received fr...More Button

The capital allocation for the payment of house purchase and improvement loans, disabled persons and essential repair grants notified to South Dublin County Council in 2000, 2001 and 2002 was €952,304...More Button

Written Answers. - Urban Renewal Schemes.

My Department currently sponsors three tax incentive based schemes: the urban and town renewal schemes and a living over the shop scheme. Designations under the schemes were notified to relevant local...More Button

Written Answers. - Local Authority Housing.

The Knocknaheeny master plan involves proposals for the refurbishment of over 500 housing units, the demolition of 90 units and the provision of a further 340 new housing units along with improvements...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Applications.

In 2002 the scheme of grants to voluntary and community groups was announced on 14 January with a closing date of 22 February. Applications to this scheme are still being processed in addition to more...More Button

Written Answers. - Dormant Accounts.

The main purpose of the Dormant Accounts Act, 2001, is to reunite account holders with their dormant funds in credit institutions, that is banks, building societies and An Post. If the owners of accou...More Button

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