Ahern, Noel

Wednesday, 14 December 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 612 No. 72

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Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill 2005: Second Stage (Resumed).

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Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill 2005: Financial Resolution.

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Adjournment Debate - Water and Sewerage Schemes.

I thank the Deputy for raising this matter. The Scarriff, Feakle and Quilty sewerage scheme, which includes Mullagh and the Carrigaholt, Labasheeda and Cooraclare scheme are being procured as two sepa...More Button

Adjournment Debate - Social and Affordable Housing.

I thank Deputy Walsh for raising this matter. As he knows, the affordable housing initiative was one of the ten special initiatives in Sustaining Progress. The Government is committed to delivery of ...More Button

Written Answers - National Drugs Strategy.

I propose to take Questions Nos. 247, 249 and 251 together. As I pointed out in my reply to Question No. 336 on 13 December, it was brought to my attention last year that demands for services in a num...More Button

The task forces are, for the most part, currently implementing their second round of action plans and it is only in the current year that full implementation of some of these plans has been achieved. ...More Button

As I said in my reply to question No. 334 yesterday, I received a letter from the individual concerned in which he indicated his intention to resign his position as representative of the community sec...More Button

Written Answers - Local Authority Housing.

My Department has recently published the results of the 2005 housing needs assessment which indicate that the number of households in need of social housing has fallen by almost 10% from 48,413 househ...More Button

My Department recently gave approval in principle to Westmeath County Council to refurbish seven housing estates in the county, including Dalton Park in Mullingar, under the remedial works scheme. I u...More Button

The number of house improvement loans paid by local authorities in the past three years is set out in the table. Details of the number of applications made to local authorities are not available in my...More Button

I recently announced a revised loan limit of €185,000 for social and affordable housing schemes as part of the publication of the new housing policy framework. The new limit will apply from January 20...More Button

Written Answers - Homeless Persons.

Local authorities and the Health Service Executive are responsible for meeting the accommodation and health care needs of homeless persons. The Government’s integrated and preventative strategies on h...More Button

Written Answers - Local Authority Housing.

Local authorities have responsibility for the assessment of housing need within their areas and the development of individual projects at local level to respond to these. All local authorities have de...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 347 and 348 together. No proposals for upgrading or environmental works at this location have been received in my Department.More Button


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