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Written Answers. - Crosshaven (Cork) Coastguard Houses.

Tuesday, 8 October 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 469 No. 5

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 85. Mr. B. O'Keeffe Information on Batt O'Keeffe Zoom on Batt O'Keeffe  asked the Minister for Finance Information on Ruairí Quinn Zoom on Ruairí Quinn  when the Coastguard Station houses in Crosshaven, County Cork, will be made available. [17720/96]

Minister of State at the Department of Finance (Mr. Coveney): Information on Hugh Coveney Zoom on Hugh Coveney Terms for sale of four of the twelve coastguard station houses have been agreed between the Commissioners of Public Works and Cork County Council. The Commissioners of Public Works are awaiting a response from Cork County Council to their offer to dispose of a further house to the council for social housing purposes. When the council's response is received the Chief State Solicitor's Office will be asked to prepare [1512] the necessary contracts. These five houses will be made available on completion of the necessary legal formalities.

Of the remaining seven houses, three are being retained in State ownership and the last four will be disposed of to the occupying Army/Navy Personnel.

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