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Howlin, Brendan

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Bill 2015: First Stage

It is even more than 100 years.More Button

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Health (Pricing and Supply of Medical Goods) (Amendment) Bill 2015: First Stage

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Suicide Prevention Authority Bill 2015: First Stage (Continued)

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Estimates for Public Services 2015

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Estimates for Public Services 2015 (Continued)

Did the Deputy refer to investment in water infrastructure?More Button

Flood Prevention Measures

Was asked: if he will ensure that the Office of Public Works dredges the Tolka river from the Luke Kelly bridge to the sea to protect against future floods in Clonliffe, Ballybough, North Strand and East Wall...More Button

Was asked: further to Parliamentary Question No. 67 of 11 November 2015, his views on correspondence (details supplied) regarding flood relief schemes; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Urban Renewal Schemes

Was asked: his views on proposals unveiled in the Capital Investment Plan 2016-2021 to develop and regenerate Waterford city's north quays to support jobs and tourism in the region; the timeframe for delivery...More Button

In the context of finalising the capital plan entitled "Building on Recovery: Infrastructure and Capital Investment 2016-2021", there were discussions on proposals to develop and regenerate Waterfo...More Button

As of yet, as I understand it, there is no finalised plan for the regeneration project in question, which continues to be a work in progress.  However, once finalised, as committed in the Capital...More Button

Flood Relief Schemes Status

Was asked: when a contractor to the Foynes flood relief scheme will be appointed, if all relevant stakeholders to the project have been consulted; the statutory and public agencies that have been engaged with...More Button

Public Sector Pensions

Was asked: his views on the concerns of the Alliance of Retired Public Servants that while legislation provides for gradual restoration of pensions from 2016 to 2018 to 65,000 public service pensioners, there...More Button

I refer to my reply to Parliamentary Question No. 185 of 8 December 2015.More Button