Written answers

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Department of Environment, Community and Local Government

Local Authority Savings

8:00 pm

Photo of Seán FlemingSeán Fleming (Laois-Offaly, Fianna Fail)
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Question 318: To ask the Minister for the Environment; Community and Local Government if he will provide each and every non pay savings reported by local authorities as referred to at page 11 of the First Progress Report of the Public Service Agreement 2010-2014 in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [17427/11]

Photo of Phil HoganPhil Hogan (Minister, Department of Environment, Community and Local Government; Carlow-Kilkenny, Fine Gael)
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The information sought is provided in the table. Each local authority provided details of the savings made, in terms of pay and non-pay, and costs avoided under the main headings contained in the local government action plan. The non-pay savings reported are in respect of the specific period, the year ending March 2011, covered by the First Report on Progress under the Public Service Agreement.

Local AuthorityNon-pay savings
Cork City€1,677,590
Dublin City€31,308,256
Galway City€1,167,498
Limerick City€286,975
Waterford City€785,213
Carlow€634,094
Cavan€179,380
Clare€0
Cork€3,803,385
Donegal€862,887
Dun Laoghaire€0
Fingal€10,620,000
Galway€597,200
Kerry€947,890
Kildare€1,708,780
Kilkenny€1,287,500
Laois€979,269
Leitrim€67,548
Limerick€0
Longford€535,670
Louth€1,679,205
Mayo€995,854
Meath€1,235,503
Monaghan€365,751
Offaly€606,009
Roscommon€989,566
Sligo€0
South Dublin€13,528,500
Tipperary North€283,319
Tipperary South€645,600
Waterford€592,028
Westmeath€533,800
Wexford€497,929
Wicklow€1,686,788
Total€81,088,987

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