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Written Answers. - Departmental Properties.

Tuesday, 26 November 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 558 No. 1

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 428. Mr. Eamon Ryan Information on Eamon Ryan Zoom on Eamon Ryan  asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform Information on Michael McDowell Zoom on Michael McDowell  the total number of his Department's car parking spaces, for both staff and visitors, located within Dublin city centre, from the Grand Canal on the southside to the Royal Canal on the northside with Heuston Station and the Phoenix Park being the extent of the western boundary. [23359/02]

Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform (Mr. McDowell): Information on Michael McDowell Zoom on Michael McDowell The information required by the Deputy is set out in the following tabular statement:

Name of Office No. of Staff Car Parking Spaces No. of Visitors' Car Parking Spaces
Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform    
Head Office, St. Stephen's Green 102 15
Mespil Rd 19  
Harcourt Centre 3  
Burgh Quay 10  
Legal Aid Board    
HQ – St. Stephen's Green House 15  
Ormond Quay Law Centre 2  
Gardiner St. Law Centre 4  
Mount St. Law Centre 20  
Smithfield Law Centre 2  
Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner    
Timberlay House 29  
Grand Canal St. 29  
Hanover St. 15  
Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal 2  
Film Censors Office 9 1
Office of the Data Protection Commissioner 3  
State Pathology Service 1  
Reception and Integration Agency 5  
Office of Censorship of Publications 1  
Refugee Appeals Tribunal 32  
Land Registry    
Chancery St. 17  
Setanta Centre 29  
Registry of Deeds 31  
Irish Life 13  
The Irish Prison Service    
Mountjoy Prison Complex 370  
Arbour Hill Prison 25  
The Probation and Welfare Service 47  
The Inspectorate of Prisons and Places of Detention 6  

[307] As Minister, I have no official responsibility to the Dáil in relation to operational matters with regard to the courts service which is, of course, independent in the performance of its functions. I have, however, in this instance, for the sake of completeness, sought relevant information from the service. In this regard, I am advised that the service has a total of 213 car parking spaces in the area referred to. It is also understood that there are a number of spaces in the Four Courts complex allocated to the Land Registry and the Law Library.

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