Written Answers - Water and Sewerage Schemes.

Tuesday, 8 March 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 599 No. 2

First Page Previous Page Page of 306 Next Page Last Page

  439.  Mr. Naughten  Information on Denis Naughten  Zoom on Denis Naughten   asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government  Information on Dick Roche  Zoom on Dick Roche   if he will approve the contract documents for the provision of a sewerage scheme in Lecarrow, County Roscommon; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [7553/05]

Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government (Mr. Roche): Information on Dick Roche  Zoom on Dick Roche  A tender report has been received by my Department from the procurement authority, in this case Meath County Council, in respect of the group of sewerage schemes, including Lecarrow, selected by the national rural water monitoring committee as a pilot programme to test a range of new, small-scale waste water collection and treatment systems. The tender report is under examination in my Department and is being dealt with as quickly as possible.

  440.  Mr. Morgan  Information on Arthur Morgan  Zoom on Arthur Morgan   asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government  Information on Dick Roche  Zoom on Dick Roche   the proposed timeframe for the upgrading of the water system in the Fanad area of County Donegal to be completed; when the Glenvar mains will be connected up to the Fanad works; the cost to date; and the costs for the completed works. [7557/05]

Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government (Mr. Roche): Information on Dick Roche  Zoom on Dick Roche  The Fanad water supply scheme has been approved for construction in two stages under my Department’s water services investment programme 2004-06. The overall estimated cost of the scheme is €15.8 million of which €900,000 has to date been recouped by my Department to Donegal County Council.

Phase 1 of the scheme, which includes the rehabilitation and replacement of the existing water main network in the Fanad peninsula, is under construction and is expected to be completed by September 2005. Donegal County Council has submitted a revised preliminary report to my Department for phase 2 which includes the connection of the Glenvar mains to the Fanad regional water supply network. The revised preliminary report is being examined in my Department and will be dealt with as quickly as possible.


Last Updated: 04/11/2010 08:24:30 First Page Previous Page Page of 306 Next Page Last Page