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Coveney, Hugh

Tuesday, 8 October 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 469 Nbr. 5

Written Answers. - Robertstown (Kildare) Land.

Contract documents in this transaction are with the county council's solicitors for approval. On receipt of this approval, the contract documents will be signed on behalf of the Commissioners of P...More Button

Written Answers. - Crosshaven (Cork) Coastguard Houses.

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 ...More Button

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.More Button

Written Answers. - River Suir Flooding.

The Commissioners of Public Works have commissioned a firm of consultants to investigate and outline options for dealing with the flooding in the vicinities of Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir, County T...More Button

Written Answers. - Flood Victims.

The humanitarian aid package made available by the Government this summer to the victims of the flooding earlier this year is being disbursed through the Irish Red Cross Society who have sole respo...More Button

EU humanitarian aid funding, for which application has been made, will also be disbursed through the Irish Red Cross Society.More Button

As applications for humanitarian aid are made on a strictly confidential basis between the applicants and the Irish Red Cross Society it is not possible to give names and details of individual paym...More Button

Written Answers. - Flood Relief Schemes.

Funds for the collection of hydrometric data required in connection with the preparation of flood relief schemes, the investigation of and preparation of scheme designs, including cost benefit anal...More Button