Parlon, Tom

Tuesday, 8 February 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 597 No. 2

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Written Answers - Flood Relief.

An engineering report, which included a preferred flood alleviation scheme for the River Blackwater in Fermoy, County Cork, was completed by consultants employed by the Office of Public Works in late ...More Button

The Office of Public Works has no responsibility for the flooding of the Owenshree River at Roxboro, Kilchreest, County Galway. The Kilchreest area forms part of a drainage district and, as such, drai...More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Properties.

The properties owned by the Office of Public Works in the north County Dublin area are detailed in the reply to Question No. 246.More Button

The following is a list of properties or land owned or managed by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland which appear to be within ten miles of the M50 in Dublin. I will forward a list of proper...More Button

The Office of Public Works have no lands which have been identified as surplus to requirements in north County Dublin.More Button

The information regarding the numbers of buildings surveyed and awaiting surveys for asbestos is given in the table. The Commissioners of Public Works are finalising their 2005 programme of removal wo...More Button

Written Answers - Planning Applications.

A request for additional information was received from the planning authorities of Leitrim County Council in regard to the proposed district veterinary office in Drumshanbo on 19 November 2004. The ad...More Button

Written Answers - State Property.

The procedures which must be followed when the Office of Public Works disposes of property are set down in the State Property Act 1954 and a number of delegated or specific financial sanctions. Sectio...More Button


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