Results 41-60 of 2,617 for 5 million
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht: General Scheme of the Housing (Regulation of Approved Housing Bodies) Bill 2015: Discussion (8 Dec 2015)
Mr. Barry O'Leary: No, we just raise the money independently. If we get money from the EIB, and we got a €150 million facility with it at the beginning of this year, EIB will only facilitate 50% of a scheme. If there is a scheme costing €10 million, it will cough up €5 million and we must put in the other €5 million or we will get it from another source. Once...
- Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Data (17 Dec 2015)
Joan Burton: ...of increasing the weekly rate of Disability Allowance by €5, €6, €7, €9 and €12 is detailed in the following table. Increase in the weekly rate Estimated Cost in 2016 (full year) €5.00 €33.0 million €6.00 €39.6 million €7.00 €46.2 million €9.00 €59.4 million €12.00 €79.2 million...
- Fisheries Protection. (21 Nov 2006)
John Perry: ...years used to calculate the final figures were based on a very difficult period. Will the Minister consider basing uniformity on the payment of licences and the tax element? Why was only â¬10 million provided in last week's Estimate for the fund, when the original figure was â¬25 million, with â¬5 million for the development fund? Will the â¬5 million in seed capital be retained and...
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Overview of Operations of the National Lottery: Discussion (7 Mar 2017)
Michael McGrath: From the data provided by the regulator, I note 5% of the turnover in 2016 came from online sales. I imagine that is a target for significant growth, given that such a model cuts out retailers. Ticket sales for 2016 were €750 million, up from €670 million in 2015. The figure for draw-based games was €530 million, while scratch cards and online instant win games...
- Written Answers — Departmental Contracts: Departmental Contracts (21 Feb 2006)
Éamon Ó Cuív: I assume that the Deputy is referring to a review by all Government Departments, as directed by the Minister for Finance, of existing contract specifications for projects above â¬30 million with a view to incorporating strict performance criteria. My Department does not have any projects above â¬30 million at this time. There is also provision for peer review of ICT project contracts where...
- Written Answers — Tax Yield: Tax Yield (29 Sep 2010)
Brian Lenihan Jnr: It is estimated that the additional full year yield, inclusive of VAT, from an increase in the current carbon tax rate (â¬15 per tonne) of â¬5, â¬10, and â¬15 per tonne would be approximately â¬110 million, â¬220 million and â¬330 million respectively. The yield in 2011 would of course depend on the timing and phasing of any such increase in the carbon tax. On the assumption that a...
- Mid-West Task Force: Statements (28 Jan 2010)
Joe Carey: In regard to the key recommendations put forward, it is essential that the â¬5 million to â¬7 million required to establish the Lynx cargo facility at Shannon Airport is provided immediately. This investment would bring about a project that has potential to bring back life to Shannon Airport and the region. A state of the art international cargo facility at Shannon Airport would provide...
- Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Expenditure (21 Mar 2017)
Leo Varadkar: I propose to take Questions Nos. 550, 560, 562, 565, 572 to 574, inclusive, and 577 together. In Budget 2017, I was pleased to increase the rate of Back to Education Allowance for those on age-related reduced rates of payment to €193 per week. This change will come into effect from the academic year commencing in September. The cost of increasing the reduced weekly rates of...
- Select Committee on Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: Estimates for Public Services 2017
Vote 33 - Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs (Revised) (11 May 2017) See 2 other results from this debate
Niamh Smyth: I am only trying to get the figures straight in my head, I am not trying to trip up the Minister. There is €5 million, and €1.6 million has been spent on actual public events. What the Minister is really saying is of the €5 million there is nothing specific for the arts in education and the Minister is depending on the Arts Council and its funding stream to fund it.
- Written Answers — Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Departmental Funding (2 May 2017)
Heather Humphreys: In 2016, once off funding of approximately €49 million was allocated to the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme under my Department comprising , approximately €18 million in current funding and €31 million in capital. I have retained the majority of the €18 million current funding for 2017 which is now part of the baseline for the Arts division of the Department,...
- Ceisteanna (Atógáil) - Questions (Resumed) - Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Covid-19 Pandemic Supports (10 Nov 2020)
Michael Fitzmaurice: The start-up grant earlier this year was welcome but businesses with a turnover of more than €5 million could not apply. I realise that when the Tánaiste took over the portfolio he increased it to €25 million. If marts sold 100 cattle a week they would go over the €5 million mark. When they reopened, some of them were not aware that it had increased to €25...
- Public Accounts Committee: Financial Statement 2020 and Related Matters: HSE (16 Sep 2021)
Ms Anne O'Connor: The 5 million was part of both our winter plan and our NSP. It is worth noting that, in our mid-year NSP review, we have reduced that down to 3.5 million additional hours on top of the base budget of 19 million because of the surge. We have now delivered more than 2 million and expect to deliver the 3.5 million by the end of the year. On home support, it is worth...
- Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Departmental Expenditure (12 Jun 2018)
Michael Ring: ...Allocation €000 Capital Exchequer Spend €000 Capital Carryover €000 TOTAL €000 A - RURAL DEVELOPMENT & REGIONAL AFFAIRS A.3 - DORMANT ACCOUNT MEASURES 2,006 0 0 A.5 - NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES 15,383* 402 581 983 A.6 - LEADER - RURAL ECONOMY SUB PROGRAMME 35,000* 2,654 3,165 5,819 A.8 - TOWN AND VILLAGE REGENERATION 15,000...
- Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: School Meals Programme (24 Oct 2019)
Regina Doherty: Budget 2020 increased funding for the School Meals Programme by €4 million, from €57.6 million in 2019 to €61.6 million in 2020. The Budget measure provides funding for an additional 35,000 primary school pupils to receive hot meals in place of the cold lunches they currently receive under the School Meals Programme. The estimated cost...
- Public Accounts Committee: 2018 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General
Chapter 6 - Expenditure under a Maintenance Contract
2019 Appropriation Accounts
Vote 13 - Office of Public Works (11 Nov 2020)
Matt Carthy: ...McMahon but what the OPW did was employ a set of parameters that meant only one company was in a position to qualify for the contract. In the documentation, the OPW set out an expected value of €5 million per annum, which was an increase on the €3 million but was nowhere close to the out-turn in place in the term of the previous contract. Why was that figure of €5...
- Public Accounts Committee: Annual Report and Appropriation Accounts of the Comptroller and Auditor General 2014
Vote 21: Prisons
Vote 24: Department of Justice and Equality
Chapter 9: Development of Prison Accommodation in Dublin (5 Nov 2015) See 1 other result from this debate
John Deasy: Mr. Waters might let me finish this questioning. Is there any timeframe in which the €5 million must be spent, or is it just given €5 million?
- Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Finance Bill 2016: Committee Stage (Resumed) (10 Nov 2016)
Michael Noonan: Above €2 million it will be 6% regardless of age. Below €2 million it can be 4% or 5% depending on the age. Below 70 is 4% and above 70 is 5%.
- Public Accounts Committee: Comptroller and Auditor General 2016 Report
Chapter 20: Corporation Tax Receipts (Resumed) (22 Feb 2018)
.... The changes in the UK in regard to losses is that they have tried to implement a system whereby one can carry forward losses and use them against one's income in full up to income levels of €5 million, while above €5 million-----
- Ceisteanna - Questions: Departmental Staff (5 Feb 2019)
Micheál Martin: Of course, it is; we took €5 million out of the communications unit, which would have put the Taoiseach far ahead of his predecessor. No other predecessor had a €5 million communications unit. Get off the stage.
- Public Accounts Committee: 2019 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 11 - Office of Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform
Vote 12 &amp;ndash; Superannuation and Retired Allowances
Chapter 3 - Vote Accounting and Budget Management
Chapter 4 - Accounting for Capital Assets
Chapter 5 - Accounting for Allied Services (22 Oct 2020)
Marc MacSharry: It is €5 million lost. I cost the State €5 million because I did not do something correctly.