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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Housing of Prison Staff.

Wednesday, 29 June 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 223 No. 10

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Mr. James Tully: Information on James Tully Zoom on James Tully asked the Minister for Justice the number of houses attached to each prison in the country, giving the number unoccupied and the reason why they are not tenanted by prison staff who require accommodation.

Mr. B. Lenihan: Information on Patrick J. Lenihan Zoom on Patrick J. Lenihan The total number of married quarters in the prisons service is 102: 64 in Dublin, 36 in Portlaoise and two in Limerick.

There are six vacant prison cottages in Dublin which have been under reconstruction and renovation and they are now ready for re-occupation. They have all now been allocated.

Mr. James Tully: Information on James Tully Zoom on James Tully Would I be in order in congratulating the Minister on moving so fast——

Mr. B. Lenihan: Information on Patrick J. Lenihan Zoom on Patrick J. Lenihan Prior to the putting down of the Deputy's question.

Mr. James Tully: Information on James Tully Zoom on James Tully ——after the question had been tabled? It was not the Minister's fault. As soon as he knew the position, he moved.

(Interruptions.)

An Ceann Comhairle: Information on Patrick Hogan Zoom on Patrick Hogan The remaining questions will appear on tomorrow's Order Paper.


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