Hogan, Philip

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 691 No. 4

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Order of Business.

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 20 be agreed to.”
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Priority Questions - Dublin Docklands Development Authority.

Asked the minister: if he directed the Dublin Docklands Development Authority to value its property portfolio using a valuation methodology being used by the National Asset Management Agency instead of current market va...More Button

Is the Minister aware of any other agency in his Department which produces an annual report without submitting annual accounts at the same time? Is the Minister in favour of using current market valu...More Button

The Minister should be aware that the decision to use a new valuation model for the 2008 accounts of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, based on NAMA valuations and methodologies, is a depart...More Button

The Minister is aware that he has not yet received any valuation under the NAMA methodology but he received a valuation from Lisneys in July. Will he indicate if that is accurate? He has received a ...More Button

The Minister has received one.More Button

The Minister has a person on the board.More Button

Priority Questions - Local Authority Funding.

Asked the minister: if he will make a statement on the financial position of the local authorities for 2009; his plans to improve local government funding in the context of the White Paper on local government reform; an...More Button

The Minister is aware that the debt of local government financing as of 31 December 2008 is €4.9 billion, which has led to many local authorities being in a serious financial position. A programme fo...More Button

As the Minister stated, the programme for Government refers to a site value tax, water charges and extra local government taxation. Which of these measures does he intend to prioritise for 2010 in th...More Button

In the context of the programme for Government and the Minister’s plans to deal with the financial issues relating to local government, will he indicate the income that is likely to be generated from ...More Button

So nothing is going to be done.More Button

Priority Questions - Carbon Budget.

Asked the minister: his priorities for his upcoming carbon budget; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button

I thank the Minister for his response. Will he indicate how much money he expects to raise through the carbon levy? Has an estimate been generated by his Department for the Department of Finance’s b...More Button

It could have serious implications in respect of climate changeMore Button

Surely the Minister has an estimate as to how much income a carbon levy is likely to generate to meet other objectives in the work agenda as indicated by him. The Minister also should comment on the ...More Button

I am glad to hear it.More Button

Other Questions - Local Authority Staff.

The Minister mentioned that many staff might be surplus to requirement in sections of local authorities. This is the type of work that they could do and I support the Minister on that view. There ar...More Button

National Asset Management Agency Bill 2009: Second Stage (Resumed).

Question again put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand part of the main question.”
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National Asset Management Agency Bill 2009: Referral to Select Committee.

Question put.
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Written Answers - Social and Affordable Housing.

Asked the minister: the progress local government has had in increasing housing supply via leasing; the estimated cost to the State over a 20 year period; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button


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